The safety of children is the number one priority of all bus drivers. In case of an accident on the bus, each year it is required that students participate in safety drills. During a routine safety drill in Ohio, the unimaginable occurred when the bus began rolling backwards as children exited through the rear emergency door. As the bus rolled, a 10-year-old girl was in the path of being struck by the rolling bus. The driver, 51-year-old Laura Zborowski, saved the girl's life by pushing her out of harms way and was killed when the bus rolled over her. Zborowski worked for a private bus company and was pronounced dead two hours after the accident.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the bus company will perform investigations to determine the cause of the accident. The force of impact was great due to the bus being parked on a hill. Zborowski will be remembered as a hero.
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