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Students are headed back to school, and that means more children and buses on the roads. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the greatest risk to a child isn’t riding a bus, but approaching or leaving one. From 2008 to 2017, there were 264 school-age children killed in school-transportation-related crashes. The majority of those students weren’t on the bus; 203 were either walking, waiting for the bus, biking or in another vehicle.
Let this school year be a safe one for everyone. Stay alert, whether you’re a driver, walker, bicyclist, bus rider or parent.