Euclid City Schools administrators are defending one bus driver after a railroad gate came down on top of a bus filled with kids Wednesday morning.
A railroad gate came down on top of a school bus filled with students. The driver couldn’t back up because there was a line of traffic behind the bus.
Euclid School Superintendent Charles Smialek said that, according to Ohio Revised Code, the driver is required to visually check the tracks for the train, open the doors and listen for the train and in order to do so the bus driver had to go past the markings
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