BUS DRIVER WHO LEFT KIDS AT GAS STATION TAKEN INTO CUSTODY

 

A Pennsylvania school bus driver has been charged with 26 counts of endangering the welfare of children and one count of DUI after police say she left kids stranded at a gas station Friday afternoon. State police said Lori Ann Mankos had been driving the bus erratically while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. She then pulled into a gas station after some kind of disturbance on the bus, parked, got out and walked away. Mankos had handed the bus’s keys to a gas station employee before leaving. Mankos was found at her residence and taken into custody

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