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Students, families surprise bus driver with Christmas gifts

Posted on December 20, 2013

SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio — WKYC reports that Fred Taylor, a bus driver here for 20 years, was surprised at a bus stop on Friday morning with Christmas presents from students who ride on his bus and their families. He received a winter coat and other cold-weather gear.

Over the years, Taylor has gained a significant amount of support from the community because of his positive attitude and compassion, according to the news outlet.

Taylor is also a two-time cancer survivor.

To read the full story, click here.

Watch a video from USA Today for more on Taylor being presented with the gifts here.

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