Trooper who does inspections says local buses safe


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Pendleton - In the front window of every school bus is a sticker stating the bus has passed inspection, and buses at South Madison Community School Corp. are no different.

In the second part of this school bus safety series, The Times-Post wanted to take a closer look at the bus inspection process facilitated by the Indiana State Police, which inspects and stickers every bus in the state.

State Trooper Jeremy Mason, who is with the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, is the man responsible for inspecting every bus not only in Pendleton, but also in many other area school districts as well.

“I actually inspect all the buses in Madison County along with all the buses in Henry, Wayne, Rush, Fayette and Union counties,” Mason said. “That’s around 30 school corporations and 800 school buses.”

 

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