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[*] Post 510057 posted on 13-11-2017 at 10:29 Reply With Quote
Brown Pants time!

Says a lot for Volvo brakes.
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[*] Post 510058 posted on 13-11-2017 at 10:40 Reply With Quote

Ouch - lucky that truck driver had good reflexes as well as good brakes!
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[*] Post 510059 posted on 13-11-2017 at 14:48 Reply With Quote

IF that's a regular intercity bus that is used to transport children to/from school on a school day basis (as opposed to a school bus provided by the local school district) than IMO it needs an adult to ALWAYS await its arrival to/from school.

I am NOT familiar with what school buses look like in any foreign country, and maybe that was a school bus; in any case, here in the USA a school bus has to stay in place until the children cross the street, and there is all kinds of signage/lights/etc. on the bus. Rural school bus routes have additional legal practices (such as the bus driver has to see a [known] adult before the child is allowed to disembark from the bus). Ditto re special needs students in ALL situations.
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