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Bus driver called ‘heroine’

Ness County bus accident

NESS COUNTY — A Western Plains bus driver certified as a EMT is being hailed as a heroine following a bus accident in northern Ness County Friday morning.
Two people were airlifted to Wichita and more than a dozen Western Plains students and adults were transported to Ness County Hospital and Grisell Memorial Hospital in Ransom after an early-morning traffic accident.
Kansas Highway patrol spokesman Mark Engholm reported a Western Plains USD 106 school bus collided with an SUV driven by Ransom’s Lynn Sargent, 49, at the intersection of Union Road and County Road 240 in Ness County. The bus ...

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