Washington state school bus driver has been charged with driving under the influence after a student got home and called 911 to report her. On Sept. 12 around 3:58 p.m., officers were tasked with locating a driver suspected of being under the influence, Longview police said in a statement.
A person had called 911 to report that a woman was driving a Longview School District bus and “appeared to be intoxicated,” police said. In the 911 call, a child tells the dispatcher that he’s making the call instead of his mother because she does not speak English.
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