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Duct tape is used to seal the mouths of unruly children on a Ware Shoals school bus.
Two 16-year-old boys sexually assault a 14-year-old girl on a Berkeley County school bus after paying the driver $10 to look the other way.
A once-beloved Gilbert school-bus driver sits in prison after confessing to sexually abusing girls as young as 7 on his bus.
Such stories grab the headlines and paint a grim picture of the trek that more than 300,000 S.C. children take twice a day on a school bus.
But the reality is the vast majority of them arrive at school and back home again safe and sound.
Ugh. Read it all.
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