That’s what triggered the lockdown, the report reveals.
Efforts to reach the witnesses yesterday were not successful.
The driver, through his employer, declined to be interviewed. A public relations firm representing the bus company released a statement from Cavalier CEO Joan Libby praising the driver for his clear thinking, courage and “quick action to protect the student from further harm and immediately notify the police.”
The statement went on to say that the driver is at home recovering.
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