Friday, April 19, 2024

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THE PUBLIC ASKS: ABSS school bus wreck, Mebane police chief’s wreck in city car

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Isn’t ABSS paying the medical costs for students injured in bus wreck?  Why has GoFundMe plea been set up for one injured student? https://alamancenews.com/the-public-asks-isnt-abss-paying-the-medical-costs-for-students-injured-in-bus-wreck-why-has-gofundme-plea-been-set-up/

Was the bus wreck really the fault of the driver, who has been charged with failure to maintain lane control by the Highway Patrol?  Did one of the bus tires go flat?  Highway Patrol and sheriff Terry Johnson disagree.  Sheriff says yes, Highway Patrol, no. Read more here: https://alamancenews.com/the-public-asks-isnt-abss-paying-the-medical-costs-for-students-injured-in-bus-wreck-why-has-gofundme-plea-been-set-up/

Was Mebane police chief involved in a wreck with his city vehicle that totaled the car? https://alamancenews.com/was-mebane-police-chief-involved-in-a-car-wreck-of-a-city-vehicle/

What are implications for homeowners, tenants of ordinance prohibiting people parking on their front lawns? https://alamancenews.com/what-are-the-implications-of-burlingtons-ban-on-parking-on-front-lawns/

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