Remaining hospitalized children in Woodmore bus accident in fair condition

Motorists pass a collection of teddy bears, mementos, and balloons placed at the site of a fatal school bus crash on Talley Road on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016, in Chattanooga, Tenn. The makeshift memorial to victims of the Monday crash, which killed 6 Woodmore Elementary students and injured dozens more, has grown since the road was reopened Tuesday.

All three of the children who remain hospitalized as a result of the Woodmore bus accident are now listed in fair condition, according to Erlanger hospital.

Two of the children were previously listed in critical condition.

The Nov. 21 crash, which killed six children and wounded several others, happened after the bus left the roadway at high speed and smashed into a tree.

The driver of the bus, 24-year-old Johnthony Walker, faces six counts of vehicular homicide and one count each of reckless endangerment and reckless driving in connection with the accident on Talley Road.

Three lawsuits have been filed against Walker and his employer, Durham School Services, in connection with the accident.