West Virginia School Bus Driver Was On Drugs When He Hit Utility Pole, Police Say
A West Virginia school bus driver was arrested in connection to a crash that resulted in six students going to the hospital in September.
West Virginia State police announced that Walter Collie, 43, of Genoa, West Virginia, is suspected of being under the influence of drugs when he crashed the bus into a utility pole on Sept. 12.
According to police, 40 students were aboard the bus at the time of the crash, which took place on Mill Creek Road in Fort Gay.
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Collie was arrested Jan. 3 for driving under the influence with a minor and driving under the influence causing injury, according to WSAZ.
As of the afternoon of Jan. 3, Collie was still listed as incarcerated in Wayne County.
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