Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Special Needs Driver Goes 'Above and Beyond' In Winter Storm

A Cincinnati station tells the story of a special needs school bus driver whose bus was caught in the snow for five hours. Driver Sherry Robinson gets special praise from the station for keeping her cool with five students on board. Robinson described the situation:
"I got two crying. I got a parent calling me concerned. she's worried about her baby. I got a little bitty one, a kindergartner. And then I got a little girl who needs medicine because she has seizures. I got a little boy who wants his mommy and his mommy wants her son, a lot of people calling me wanting to know what's going on."
No surprise, she gets plenty of thanks from commentators on the site. See a video below

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