Delaware School Bus Slams into Ditch & Overturns

In what could have been a far more serious crash, two high school students were lucky to escape with only minor injuries from a school bus that crashed into a ditch and overturned today in rainy Middletown, Delaware.

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Hurricane Season Looms But May Not Be as Bad as 2017

While weather models show that a normal to above-normal Atlantic hurricane season is likely, according to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), student transporters along the U.S. coasts might receive something of a reprieve from last year’s storms.

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Tornado Preparedness for School Bus Drivers

March 2, 2012 quickly became a more hectic day than usual for Henryville, Indiana school bus driver Angel Perry. Two super-cells, thunderstorms with rotation and a prolonged updraft, bore down on the town located 20 miles north of Louisville, Ky. One of the storms had a history of tornados.

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School Buses Solve Winter Woes for Vermont District

Realizing the challenges faced by students who have to walk to school in the winter, an organization in Vermont arranged for the Winooski School District to receive school bus services as part of a winter transportation pilot program.

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