Casey Stinson, 19, died after a bus crash on Shute Harbour Rd, Cannon Valley.
Casey Stinson, 19, died after a bus crash on Shute Harbour Rd, Cannon Valley. Contributed

Teen killed in Whitsundays bus crash named

CASEY Stinson,19, has been named as the teenager who died after the Cannon Valley bus crash on Tuesday.

The Proserpine teenager was one of 13 people on board a Whitsunday Transit bus that crashed on Shute Harbour Rd about 1pm yesterday.

He was injured along with 10 other passengers after the crash.

Queensland Health confirmed Mr Stinson suffered "critical head injuries" as a result of the single-vehicle crash.

A Facebook page has been set up in memory of Mr Stinson.

Casey Stinson, 19, has been named as the teenager who died after the Cannon Valley bus crash yesterday. Leave your tribute for Casey below. http://ow.ly/Yptea

Posted by Daily Mercury on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Serena Stinson, a family member of Mr Stinson said "thank you to the person who has made this page and the slideshow. Our family is grieving more than anyone can imagine but it's amazing to know that he was so loved by others".

Tanya Donovan: RIP CASEY. you'll never be forgotten. what I knew of you, you knew how to make anyone smile. may u fly high with the Angels.

Christine Blade: RIP Casey, you will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to your family in this difficult time. May you rest easy knowing you will never be forgotten xxx

Rip sweetheart 󾬏

Posted by Amy Lee Rann on Tuesday, February 16, 2016


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