School Buses Prompting Caution on Roadways

"It amazes me that most of our accidents are from cars hitting the bus in the rear end. It is a big bus with lights all over it so pay attention to what you're doing and watch that child. We love our kids and we don't want any child hurt," said John Odom, Warren County Schools Transportation Department.
 

WARREN COUNTY, Ky (WBKO) -- With school in session, school zones on streets are back in effect.
Road officials urge drivers to be more cautious while adjusting to the new bus routes.
The Director of Transportation for Warren County Schools says all routes ran smoothly today and all the students had a safe trip to and from school.
"It amazes me that most of our accidents are from cars hitting the bus in the rear end. It is a big bus with lights all over it so pay attention to what you're doing and watch that child. We love our kids and we don't want any child hurt," said John Odom, Warren County Schools Transportation Department.
Warren County school buses transport 8500-9000 students per day, twice a day.


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