Teacher Expecting His First Child Dies After Being Hit By Day Care Bus

A wheelchair-dependent teacher died Tuesday after being hit by a bus in the parking lot of his school.

A teacher expecting his first child died Tuesday after being struck by a day care bus in the parking lot of his school, authorities said.

Brandon Kincaid, 25, depended on a wheelchair, but it was not clear if he was using one when he was hit by the Small World child care bus at Meadow Lane Elementary School in North Carolina, police said.

Kincaid was rushed to a local hospital, where he later died, according to ABC 11.

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The second-grade teacher was also a youth pastor at Neuse Baptist Church in Kinston, where his father presides as a preacher.

The Rev. Greg Kincaid said, "If anyone wants to see Brandon again, they need to turn their life over to Jesus so that one day they will be able to meet with him in heaven."

Reached by INSIDE EDITION, the pastor declined comment.

Kincaid and his wife, Sara, were expecting their first child, a boy they had already named Benjamin, according to his Facebook page.

He was in his second year of teaching at the elementary school in Greensboro.

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"He was a good teacher. He was a good person, and we just hate to have this happen," Wayne County Superintendent Michael Dunsmore told the station.

No students witnessed the accident, officials said. Counselors were brought in to talk with students.

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