Georgia places a great deal of importance on school bus safety. That's why officials in Gainesville, Georgia - a city near Atlanta - met recently to review safety procedures. "(T)here's a number of buses on the roadways, as well as other vehicles on the roadways, so therefore the percentage for an accident goes up," said Kevin Holbrook, public information officer for the Gainesville Police Department.
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The recent school bus safety event in Gainesville, Georgia allowed police and other emergency personnel to practice important safety procedures. Officials rehearsed evacuating a school bus, including how to properly and efficiently evacuate children. Every second counts in a school bus accident. The slightest delay could mean the difference between a minor and a serious injury.
So many factors come into play in a school bus accident. Was the bus driver obeying all traffic signals? Was the other driver speeding, texting while driving or operating under the influence of alcohol? These are just some of the issues we regularly investigate in accidents involving school buses and other vehicles.
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