*A brave little boy lost his short life, so that his sister could live, when an out-of-control car ran him down at the bus stop where he was waiting with her for their school bus.
La’Darious Wylie, 11, obviously saw the car coming, when he pushed his 7-year-old sister, Sha’Vonta, out of the car’s path to safety.
In speaking with The Herald his mother, Elizabeth McCrorey said, “He knew to look out for her.”
La’Darious, a fifth grader who is said to have loved playing football, was struck on the corner of his family’s home last Tuesday morning and died from his injuries the next day.
He was remembered as a hero as he was laid to rest Thursday.
“He saved his sister, and he ended up being the one that’s where he is now,” aunt Felicia Mobley told WBTV.
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