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'I just want to apologize for taking the lights out of your lives and how it has impacted everybody,' Johnthony Walker said through tears ahead of his sentencing Tuesday.
The 25-year-old was sentenced to fours years in prison for criminally negligent homicide after an emotional morning of testimony.
Judge Don Poole ruled Walker shouldn't be sentenced to diversion because the crash involving 37 elementary school students was so horrific, but he couldn't give him a longer prison term because of his strong work history and no criminal background.
The decision divided victims' relatives at the hearing.
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The wreck claimed the lives of D'Myunn Brown, six; Zyaira Mateen, six; Zyanna Harris, 10; Keonte Wilson, eight; Cor'Dayja Jones, nine, and Zoie Nash, nine.
Walker was convicted last month on six counts of criminally negligent homicide.
Nixon, who worked with Walker at his second job, told the court she called Walker on November 21 and asked if he was driving.
On November 21, 2017, Walker was driving a bus full of children from Woodmore Elementary School in Tennessee when the bus flipped.
Prosecutor Crystle Carrion said Walker was doing 50mph on a narrow, winding Chattanooga road when the bus ran off the pavement, hit a pole, and then flipped into a walnut tree.'It all could have been avoided if Johnthony Walker would have just slowed down and gone the speed limit and stayed off his phone,' Carrion said in opening statements.
Misti Nash, who lost her nine-year-old daughter Zoie, said she forgives Walker.'I remember seeing your face the day of the bus crash and I seen how you looked and I seen how hysterical you was and I seen the emotion,' Nash said as she addressed Walker in court ahead of the sentencing.
Walker was driving the children between the ages of six and 10 from Woodmere Elementary School when he wrecked on a winding Chattanooga road.