Daily Police Log

There are 5 comments on the The Progress story from Oct 21, 2009, titled Daily Police Log. In it, The Progress reports that:

State police at Clearfield Yesterday, someone pumped gas into a vehicle at Uni-Mart in Curwensville and left without paying.

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Brenda Irwin

United States

#1 Oct 30, 2009
I was wondering if anyone had any responces about the Fullington School Bus driver who was fired after atleast 15 years of service, due to an accident involving a coal truck and the school bus, at the Dimeling Bridge turn-around this accident was not the school bus drivers fault, and being a school bus driver in the past I know how bad that turnaround is and that the same thing happened there when i was work for the school bus company and the driver (not the same driver) in that accident was not fired.
I'm wondering if she was fired because, the principal and a teachers child was on the bus?
All children are equally important to all drivers, its part of there jobs.
Not Taking The Bus

Clearfield, PA

#2 Oct 31, 2009
How do you know it wasn't the bus drivers fault? I'm sorry but I've seen so many buses doing bad things and had my child tell me many times his bus pulled out in front of someone or the bus hit something that I need more proof than you saying "it wasn't the school bus drivers fault."

Woodland, PA

#3 Oct 31, 2009
I will find out more information about the accident and let you know for sure how the accident really happened. I dont recall seeing anything in the paper about the accident, did you? It seems like a very close-mouth accident. There are bad drivers out there one inparticular has aproximatly 52 accidents out over her driving career. She is still there, this one, I cant remember her having any, with the exceptions of winter time when she might or might not have been stuck. There are good and bad runs and there are good and bad children, but we all know that. When a child says there bus pulled out infront of another vehicles we might give the driver some credit over the childs simply because the view of the children and the view of the driver are two different views and could explain away some of that problem but this is not to say that it doesn't happen. I am not saying that there isnt bad drivers because there are. One other thing i failed to mention is; two other drivers where fired also because they were upset about the accident and so upset about it and voiced there fear of being too upset to drive and both of those two drivers were also fired. One of those drivers were an excellent driver with 19 years of service the other had aproximately 8 years and is also a good driver. I would hope that you would agree that when someone is that upset about something they shouldnt be made to drive when there so upset because it impares there ability to drive safe enought to carry the most important people in our lives our children.


#4 Oct 16, 2012

State College, PA

#5 Oct 16, 2012
It WAS the bus driver's fault. I was a driver there when it happened!

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