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6:35am

Thu April 3, 2014
Regional Coverage

New York State Police cracking down on drivers passing stopped buses

Capt. Jeffrey Raub, with the New York State Police, discusses the importance of reducing incidents involving drivers and school buses.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

On Thursday, the New York State Police will be watching for people who illegally pass school buses.

“Law enforcement across the entire state will be following school buses," says Capt. Jeffrey Raub, a zone commander out of North Syracuse. "We’re doing that so we can observe violators who are passing busses when the busses are stopped."

Raub says police agencies are hearing from school districts about people who illegally pass school buses that are stopped to drop off or pick up students. And this crackdown will target those areas.

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