MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — Parents in Muskegon are upset after they say a school bus driver dropped off a group of elementary students at a gas station miles from their homes.
The students told their parents they were kicked off the bus Wednesday afternoon for breaking the “no eating” rule and eating a bag of chips. The children say they had to find their own way home.
“I was really mad, upset. I wanna know why they would do something like this,” said Rebecca Zamora, whose 8- and 10-year-old children were left behind. “You think that they’re safe. You send them on their way and they bring them back. It’s not that hard.”
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