State Patrol Locates Driver of Semi Involved in Dangerous School Bus Incident





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Published on Jun 3, 2014

The driver of the semi that illegally passed a school bus and was caught on video turned himself in Tuesday night. Thank you to everyone who shared this video and helped spread the word.

The Minnesota State Patrol is looking for the public's help tracking down a semi that illegally passed a stopped school bus May 30, nearly hitting a young female student waiting alongside the highway.

Cameras inside the bus captured the close call, which happened on Highway 23 near Paynesville and New London. Footage shows the semi blow past the stopped bus — lights flashing and stop arm down — and continue along the highway. The girl and bus driver were not injured.

Several witnesses called 911 but were unable to provide enough details for authorities to locate the semi. Anyone with information about this incident or the semi is asked to call Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Brian Reu at 651-405-6047.


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