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ROCHESTER, Ind. — A 12-year-old Indiana boy who survived a bus stop crash that killed three young siblings has met the medics who saved his life.

Maverik Lowe's mother wrote in a Facebook post that her son on Saturday met with a nurse and a paramedic who treated him during a helicopter flight from the crash scene to a hospital.

WRTV-TV reports Jocelynne Lowe posted photos of the meeting outside a helicopter. She wrote that she'd waited three months to meet the two people "I owe everything to."

A woman driving a pickup truck struck and critically injured Maverik as he and three other children crossed a highway to board a school bus on Oct. 30 near Rochester.

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Six-year-old twin brothers Xzavier and Mason Ingle, and their 9-year-old sister, Alivia Stahl, were killed.

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