A freshman from a high school in Montgomery County died last Wednesday morning when she was struck down by a car while trying to catch her bus.

According to the police, the vehicle hit the girl as she was crossing an intersection to get to her bus stop. The fatality was a young girl studying at a high school in Montgomery County. The freshman was killed that Wednesday morning when she was hit by a car while she was on her way to the bus stop.

The young student was identified as Dajanique Brown-Rogers, a freshman in the Cheltenham High School. She was hit by a car as she was rushing across the corner of Clarion Avenue and New Second Street in Melrose Park, Pa towards the bus stop.

Investigators reported that the driver of the vehicle stopped and with the witnesses helped the girl but the victim was suffering from critical injuries. She died after she was transported to the Abington Memorial Hospital.

The administrators of Cheltenham High School was sad to announce the death of Brown-Rogers to her schoolmates at 10:45, a.m. Meanwhile, grief counselors were assigned to look after her grieving schoolmates, this was the message posted by Cheltenham Principal Andrew Kuhn.

Kuhn wrote that the staff and the administrator of Cheltenham High School are offering their continued emotional support to both the Brown-Rogers family and students. He also wrote that the CHS Guidance Department are available to give students specialized assistance in dealing with this loss. They will be more information of the accident later.

No other details were available as the investigation is ongoing.

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