MT. OLIVE, NC — A North Carolina school bus driver has been charged with a misdemeanor failure to maintain lane control after flipping the vehicle with several children onboard. North Carolina Highway patrol officers say that a 39-year-old substitute bus driver was driving the bus last Wednesday when she rounded a curb and started to run off the left side of the road, then overcorrected, causing the bus to flip. Police investigators are treating the crash as an incidence of distracted driving because the driver took her attention off the road to talk to a student. According to a report ... Read More
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