This tweet today from the Roseville Police Department is particularly upsetting in light of last week’s incident near Thief River Falls in which a seven-year-old boy was killed while crossing the street to get the bus.
It really can’t be that people don’t know the rules about stopping for buses, could it? The “stop” sign would seem to be a clue on what driver’s need to do.
No, the tweet suggests that people were in a hurry.
3 school bus-arm violations in 2 days. The RISK of injuring or killing a child is not worth the REWARD of saving time on one's commute. pic.twitter.com/SwKrshqn9X
— Roseville, MN Police (@RosevilleMN_PD) October 13, 2016
Giving drivers the benefit of the doubt, the department included a how-to guide on mastering the procedures:
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