School Bus Driver Cited in Crash
A Pinellas County school bus driver received a ticket for running a red light after causing a crash on Tuesday. Kay Roberts, 53, of St. Petersburg, Florida, received a $231 ticket. The school bus was carrying high school students when Roberts ran the red light and was hit by a silver Buick LeSabre. The accident occurred near the intersection of 58th Street North and 30th Avenue North at approximately 2:15 p.m. The driver of the Buick LeSabre, Myrom Londono, 17, had a green light. Londono was the junior class president at Dixie Hollins High School and had two high school friends as passengers with him at the time of the crash. The driver of the school bus will likely receive 4 points on her license. The school bus driver was tested for alcohol and/or drugs following the crash. The school board will review this incident.
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