Thursday, February 16, 2012

Runaway School Bus

  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Two quick-thinking mothers and a third-grader stopped a school bus from crashing Monday morning. Parent Rhonda Carlsen said the bus driver suffered some kind of a seizure on the way to Seven Bar Elementary School in Albuquerque.
  • (KOAT 7)
  • They felt special. Why wouldn't they? It was a carefree six-year ride. Then in 2008 the bus came to a fork in the road where the NFT encountered the Neshaminy school board. Two options were available.
  • (Burlington County Times)
  • Police reported that he told her to tell officers that she was a runaway. Officers took Smith to the Sex Crimes Bureau at 201 Poplar, where he confessed, investigators reported in the affidavit.
  • (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
  • Ashley Zauflik, the former Pennsbury student who lost a leg when she was dragged under a runaway school bus, should be compensated for a lifetime's worth of medical expenses. We've said that in this space a few times.
  • (Burlington County Times)
  • Adan Francisco Marcos, 12-years-old of Escondido, was reported to have run away from his school bus while on the way home from Rincon Middle School Friday afternoon.
  • (San Diego 6)
  • attempted to run away from the teens when he was nearly struck by a motorcycle and a pickup truck, police report. Later, the teen was struck in the face repeatedly as he sat on a school bus, police report.
  • (Jupiter Courier)
  • Naketa Leiba, 17, was last seen getting off her school bus on Wednesday afternoon My daughter is not a runaway.
  • (Sun Sentinel)
  • A runaway who went missing last week has been found in New York City. Emily Mills, 16, had been living in foster care in Otis and had been last seen on Jan. 25 at Monument Mountain Regional High School boarding a bus for Pittsfield.
  • (Berkshire Eagle)

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