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ROCHESTER, Ind.–Alyssa Shepherd, the woman that hit and killed three children at a bus stop in Fulton County in 2018, was sentenced on Wednesday afternoon.

WPTA in Fort Wayne says the 25-year-old received ten years and will serve four of those in prison. She’ll also spend three years on house arrest and the remaining three on probation.

In October 2018, Shepherd blew through a bus stop, while the bus was stopped, with red lights flashing and stop arm out. She hit and killed Alivia Stahl, 9, and her 6-year-old twin brothers Mason and Xzavier Ingle.

Shepherd was also found guilty of one count of criminal recklessness and passing a school bus while the stop arm was out.

WPTA also reported that the children’s mom, Brittney Ingle, tried to go after Shepherd at Wednesday’s sentencing and was taken away in handcuffs.

(PHOTO: Alyssa Shepherd booking photo)