Jonathan Gates of Oregon was found not to be under the influence of controlled substances after he was arrested for allegedly driving while impaired in the November crash.
Ten students and an aide are aboard when Jonathan Gates of Oregon, 20, crashes his bus. He is charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving, and reckless endangering.
Catherine Maccarone is allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol when she runs three red lights with students on board. She faces several charges, including two counts of reckless endangerment.
The student from Konawa Public School District 67-1004 dies on the scene from multiple injuries after her school bus is hit head on by an alleged drunk driver.
Lori Ann Mankos of Pennsylvania was allegedly driving erratically, and then pulled into a gas station, gave the keys to the bus to an employee, and walked away.
Lisa Byrd faces charges related to child endangerment, impaired driving, and drug possession in connection with a school bus crash with 12 special-needs students aboard.
Lisa Byrd of New Jersey crashes a bus into a tree with a dozen students onboard, apparently while impaired. First responders use Narcan to revive her and she is arrested.
Anderson Hollins with East Irondequoit Central School District pleads not guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Police say his blood alcohol test results were above the legal limit for driving.
The list of 10 items includes priorities such as distracted driving, strengthening occupant protection, and implementing collision avoidance systems.
Erik Richard Bonde is about to pick up students when police arrive to let him know his driver’s license is suspended. His blood alcohol test results are above the legal limit for driving, police say.
Christy Gilpatrick of Rhode Island crashes into the bus while driving allegedly under the influence of alcohol, causing the bus to veer off the road and land in the woods. Several students and adults on board were injured.
State Sen. Carl Marcellino is honored for supporting safe student transportation and sponsoring a bill on pre-employment and random drug and alcohol testing of school bus drivers, which recently became law.
Numerous 911 calls report a New Hampshire motorist passing a school bus that is unloading students. Joseph Demaio is arrested for allegedly passing the bus while impaired.