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WHY CAN'T BUSES STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD?

Several years ago, while traveling on Seneca Creek Road, a two-lane street, the car ahead of me passed a stopped school bus and hit a child. The stop sign of the school bus was out and the red lights were flashing.

While traveling through the West and Southwest, I noticed that the school buses pull to the middle of the road and stop when traveling on a two-lane road. This prevents cars from passing in both directions. What a simple, wonderful idea. Is there any reason why we can't do this here?

DICK CARLSON Akron

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