A father and his two daughters were hit by a car while waiting for their school bus in Forsyth County, Georgia, WYFF reported.
The school bus had activated its lights and stop sign on Friday last week, when Christopher Frachiseur, 19, allegedly drove around the bus and over a curb before hitting the family.
A 9-year-old girl remains in critical condition, while the 6-year-old sister and father are reportedly in stable condition.
Frachiseur is facing three counts of serious injury by vehicle, driving under the influence of drugs, reckless driving, failure to stop for a school bus loading or unloading, and other charges. He is being held without bail.
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