The fast, heavy morning rains caused problems on roadways across North Texas. A school bus, caught in floodwaters, slid off the road at State Highway 114 and Blue Mound Road, in far north Fort Worth.
Dallas County Schools is cracking down on drivers who ignore those flashing stop signs on school buses. They will begin tracking more drivers who illegally zoom past children.
Two Crowley ISD school buses have crashed into each other in Fort Worth.
Two adults and a child are recovering after their school bus crashed in Grand Prairie Wednesday morning amid icy conditions.
A Little Elm ISD School bus with 43 students on board collided with an SUV Tuesday afternoon. According to Sgt. Compton of the Little Elm Police Department.
School bus driver Heather Bowen said she had no reason to fear for the safety of the high school-aged students on her Northwest ISD bus Wednesday. But that vehicle was minutes from being engulfed in flames.
In a flash, a North Texas school bus filled with students was on fire. For the first time Wednesday night, those students share the frightening moments before they were able to escape.
It could have been disastrous… a rolling school bus, with two special ed students onboard, catches fire. But quick actions by the driver and a school monitor helped everyone escape unhurt.
A bus driver in the Joshua Independent School District wasn’t on her normal route Tuesday. The woman has been sidelined while officials investigate video of an alleged conversation she had with a student.
Five students were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries Thursday morning after a school bus crash on Walton Walker in Dallas.
Drivers, this is your warning. In just a matter of days a second North Texas city will start ticketing and fining drivers caught on camera blowing past stopped school buses.
Cameras mounted on school buses are intended to keep kids safe by catching drivers who break the law. Many North Texas buses are equipped with them, yet some cities aren’t using them because it’s illegal.