Little hero dies after saving kid sister’s life at school bus stop

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CHESTER, South Carolina -- The 11-year-old boy who saved his little sister from a car that careened into their school bus stop has died. La'Darious Wylie, a South Carolina 5th grader, his little sister and some friends were waiting for the bus last week when a car, for some reason, veered towards the kids.

It was then, the children said, Wylie acted like a superhero and pushed his little sister out of the way.

"In other words he saved his sister and he ended up being the one that's where he is now," his aunt Felicia Mobley said.

Michelle Johnson, 57, was arrested several days after the crash. She was charged with hit and run with severe injury.

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