Community mourns Corcoran boy killed in ATV crash
CORCORAN, Calif. (KFSN) -- Grief counselors were on the campus of a south Valley elementary school to help students struggling with the death of a classmate.
10-year-old Brandon McBride was riding his all terrain vehicle Monday in Corcoran. Police say he was trying to cross the street at Avenue 5 ½ when he was hit by an on-coming truck.
Students at Mark Twain Elementary signed posters expressing their feelings about their friend and classmate. The school's principal, Mike Anderson described Brandon as an all-American boy.
Brandon's funeral will be Friday morning at 9:30 at the Corcoran cemetery.
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