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TLC "Safe on the Bus"

On an April morning in 2016, Clint Shults was driving a school bus to take students to an FFA competition. Heavy, wet snow had been accumulating, and the bus snagged a power line just as it was falling to the ground under the weight of the snow. “We started dragging power lines for the next at least 100 yards, and knew we were in pretty tough shape,” Clint says. Fortunately, Clint, dispatch, and first responders knew the right steps to take to keep everyone safe. Learn more

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