In this file photo, A school bus driver pulls out of the parking lot to start her afternoon route on Jan. 28 at the Beaufort County School District office in Beaufort.
In this file photo, A school bus driver pulls out of the parking lot to start her afternoon route on Jan. 28 at the Beaufort County School District office in Beaufort. Sarah Welliver
In this file photo, A school bus driver pulls out of the parking lot to start her afternoon route on Jan. 28 at the Beaufort County School District office in Beaufort. Sarah Welliver

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