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February 1, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The mother of a boy dragged and then crushed to death by a school bus in Kansas City received a $14-million settlement and said she would spend some of it promoting school bus safety. Ryan W. Sayles, 14, was run over after the drawstring of his jacket got caught in the door handrail as he got off the bus in May 1995. In the settlement, Vancom Transportation of Oakbrook, Ill., also agreed to write warning letters to parents of children it transports in more than 150 school districts.
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February 1, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The mother of a boy dragged and then crushed to death by a school bus in Kansas City received a $14-million settlement and said she would spend some of it promoting school bus safety. Ryan W. Sayles, 14, was run over after the drawstring of his jacket got caught in the door handrail as he got off the bus in May 1995. In the settlement, Vancom Transportation of Oakbrook, Ill., also agreed to write warning letters to parents of children it transports in more than 150 school districts.
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October 20, 1987 | Associated Press
A school bus filled with children struck a car on an interstate highway Monday, causing a fiery chain collision that killed one motorist, officials said. A 9-year-old boy was credited with helping to get the 35 children off the burning bus, officials said, and there were no serious injuries among them. Officials said the bus ran into the rear of a car, causing the car's fuel tank to catch fire, and the driver of the car was killed.
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October 20, 1987 | Associated Press
A school bus filled with children struck a car on an interstate highway Monday, causing a fiery chain collision that killed one motorist, officials said. A 9-year-old boy was credited with helping to get the 35 children off the burning bus, officials said, and there were no serious injuries among them. Officials said the bus ran into the rear of a car, causing the car's fuel tank to catch fire, and the driver of the car was killed.
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