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A4 / Shelley Grieshop
  A group of third-graders get a laugh by listening to "Buddy" the talking school bus. Celina school staff transports more than 2,000 students each day in more than 21 buses. According to Kim Sutter, director of school transportation in the district, the biggest safety hazard is motorists who pass school buses after the bus driver has activated lights and displayed the buses stop sign. Motorists are supposed to stop at least 10 feet from the front or rear of a stopped bus and are not to proceed until the bus resumes motion or until signaled by the bus driver. Other problems encountered by bus drivers are semitrailers who don't anticipate a slowing bus and vehicles that pass the bus on the right side while students are loading/unloading. So far this year, the Celina school bus district is accident-free. School buses in Ohio travel more than 185,000,000 miles each year.
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