September 17, 2003
Albany-- The Dougherty County school bus driver who wrecked yesterday won't be getting behind the wheel for awhile.
12 students were injured when the school bus was hit by a truck. Police say 47-year-old Dorothy Wilson didn't stop at the stop sign at the intersection of Gillionville Road and Springfield Drive. Wilson was charged with a stop sign violation. She's recovering from her injuries.
She won't drive a bus again until the case is investigated by the school accident review committee.
Posted at 5:45 p.m. by email@example.com
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