Knowing when to stop
By Gary Popp
Published in News on October 28, 2010 1:46 PM
Wayne County School District bus driver James Shepard talks about the stop sign attached to the bus which is used to stop drivers when he picks up and drops off students. Local law enforcement officials are stepping up efforts to stop people from driving past the sign and endangering the welfare of students. Shepard say that on average three cars a week fail to stop when the sign is in use.
North Carolina Highway Patrol troopers have been on the lookout for drivers who don't think the rules about stopping around school buses apply to them. Operation Stop Arm, a statewide campaign aimed at getting drivers to make better decisions when...
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