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Utah school bus driver charged in death of student
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She said the flyers are one of many ways that students and parents are informed of bus route changes.

"It’s important to get it into the hands of the students," Riesgraf said of the flyers, especially for parents don’t have computers at home.

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A statement released Thursday by the school district said, "Our hearts are broken over the terrible accident that took the life of Seleny Crosby on May 2. This tragedy has deeply impacted her family, friends, classmates and community and we continue to feel a loss with them.

"Jordan School District has cooperated fully with all agencies involved throughout this investigation in an effort to prevent anything like this from ever happening again in our community."


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