Unexpected Danger: School Bus Drivers Shattering Speed Limits
Drivers nabbed in Baltimore and Ohio. How wide-spread could the problem be?
Nobody likes getting nabbed for a speeding ticket, or running a red-light by a police officer. And it is especially galling having your mistake picked up by a red-light or speeding camera. But here is a case when it's hard to complain about the work of camera alerting the public to especially dangerous drivers.
School bus drivers in Baltimore, Md. and Cincinnati, Ohio have been nabbed with hundreds of speeding and red-light violations. As ABC-TV reports, parents were in disbelief hearing about how dangerous school bus drivers were in their cities.
Running red lights and driving more than 20 mph over the speed limit was common. The school districts and bus companies, reported ABC, were grateful for being alerted to the situation.
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