Making school bus stops safer. That’s the goal of an area school district after the tragic crash that killed three children crossing the road in October.
Rochester Community Schools plans to add stop arm cameras to all of the buses. This, in light of the crash which killed three children and injured a fourth.
The collision happened back in October on State Road 25.
District leaders say they’re just trying to insure the safety of their students.
The cameras cost around $2,000 a-piece.
The district is hoping for donations to help cover the costs.