Passer-by lends helping hand

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By Brandon Mattingly

A Washington County school bus taking students to class last Wednesday morning ran into a bit of trouble, but quick action ensured the safety of those on board.
Zachary Smith said he was following the bus down Valley Hill Road and Grundy Home Road on his way home from work in Bardstown when the bus met an oncoming car.

The car, Smith said, moved over to give the bus as much room as it could on the narrow one-land road, but dark, rainy conditions led to the tires on one side of the bus ending up off the road along a hillside.

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