State troopers respond after two motorists call 911 to report erratic driving behavior by a school bus driver.
Police say they believe that Tyra Wilcox was speeding when she lost control of her bus, which flipped onto its side.
Transportation and law enforcement officials promote the importance of stopping for school buses with their red lights flashing and stop arms extended.
Joyce Rhoades of Minnesota credits the school bus driver with helping to save her daughter’s life when a truck illegally passed the bus as the 11-year-old was crossing.
Gatekeeper installs its stop-arm video enforcement system on Chattooga County School District’s buses that cover routes with the highest violation rates.
Officers throughout the state are stepping up enforcement to crack down on motorists illegally passing school buses.
Officers in Indiana ride school buses looking for distracted and law-breaking drivers. They have caught about 10 offending drivers per hour.
A state trooper takes to the radio to remind motorists to “stay alert so kids don’t get hurt.”
The lengthy survey counted nearly 10,000 illegal passes of school buses in Kansas in 30 school days.
Jim Zeser of the Indiana State Police lobbies for road signs that alert drivers to stop for school buses.
School bus video footage shows the cars hitting the left side of the bus one after the other and speeding off after the bus driver drops off a student.
For stop-arm running cases in which the driver can’t be identified in camera footage, a new state law allows for civil penalties for the owner of the vehicle.
Police say that the fire caused more than $30,000 in damage to the school bus.