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Fatal school bus crash revives seat belt debate in Ohio | #schoolsaftey

The school bus that overturned Tuesday morning, killing a student and injuring more than 20, passed an inspection in June and was considered safe.

But those who believe that buses, like cars, should have required safety belts, say that the Northwestern Local Schools bus that carried 52 children on a 2-lane Clark County road was inherently unsafe.

“The number of injured and traumatized, and the fatality, I don’t think would have occurred,” said Rudy Breglia, founder of School Bus Safety Alliance, a Cleveland-area based advocacy group. “You have 5-to-6 kids die like clockwork every year and another 17,000 injured. They bounce around like ping-pong balls.”

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