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Jefferson Sheriff Office issued a statement reminding citizens the rules of the road in regard to school bus stops. According to Texas statute, a driver – traveling in either direction on a roadway – must stop when approaching a school bus that is stopped and operating a visual signal. The driver may not proceed until one of the following occurs: the school bus resumes motion; the operator is signaled by the bus driver to proceed; or the visual signal is no longer activated.

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On March 24, at about 7:00 a.m., the Texas Department of Public Safety responded to a multiple vehicle crash on

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Beaumont Police's Tip of the Week reminds drivers that Texas law requires that you stop for a stopped school bus when red lights are flashing and the stop arm is extended, the department posted on their Facebook page on Feb. 20.

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A Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD school bus carrying high school students was involved in a one vehicle accident the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 28, LCM community relations coordinator Sherry Combs said in a statement, but no one on the bus was injured.

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A Hardin-Jefferson ISD school bus crashed into a telephone pole on Old Sour Lake Road around 7:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

According to DPS, the driver of the school bus was attempting to make a right turn onto Patna Drive from Old Sour Lake Road but made the turn at an unsafe speed and lost control of the bus. The bus traveled off the roadway and struck a utility pole.

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With the recent school bus accident that killed and injured multiple students in Houston still in the news and on the minds of parents everywhere, the Texas Education Agency has been answering tough questions about school bus safety belt regulations and state funding meant to ensure those regulations were adhered to.

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Lumberton ISD

A bus driver for the Lumberton Independent School District had a minor accident on the morning of Jan. 29 when he struck a pole while transporting three students.

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