Alleged assault of teen settled ... Driver admits leaving kids on hot bus

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Monday, December 01, 2014
Alleged assault of special-needs teen settled for $13K

The lawsuit alleged that a school bus monitor in East Hartford, Connecticut, assaulted a 13-year-old girl with special needs, but town officials disputed the suit's account.

Driver admits leaving special-needs kids on bus in summer heat

Kimberly Moumblow, a school bus driver for Vernon (N.J.) Township School District, pleads guilty to cruelty and neglect of a child for leaving two students, ages 7 and 9, alone on a parked bus in July for about 45 minutes. Sentencing is anticipated for Jan. 16.

New Micro Bird Type A bus turns heads at trade show

According to Blue Bird, the T-Series bus body’s aerodynamic features aid in increasing fuel economy by about 20%.

Idaho special-needs bus set on fire

The wheelchair-accessible bus, which was burned around 5 a.m. on Nov. 8, belongs to Horseshoe Bend School District. The bus is a total loss and the case is being treated as arson.

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