States use cameras to crack down on school bus scofflaws
from The Huffington Post
MaKayla Marie Strahle was only 11 when she stepped off a school bus, started to cross the road and was struck and killed by a pickup truck in west central Wyoming just days before Christmas 2011. The driver, who had ignored the stopped school bus' flashing lights, was later convicted of three misdemeanor charges, including homicide by vehicle. MaKayla's death sparked calls for change, and spurred the legislature to take action. Last year, Wyoming became the first state in the nation to mandate that every public school bus have cameras attached to catch drivers who illegally pass.
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