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Carrollton bus crash survivor shares story with students

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Many eighth-grade students sat in ghosts’ seats on a replica of the bus involved in the 1988 Carrollton bus crash that claimed 27 lives to learn about the dangers of drunk driving.
Grant County Middle School hosted its first Truth and Consequences program Oct. 3, teaching GCMS and Williamstown Jr. High students about what could happen if they drove while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


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