Richland Two school bus driver honored

Updated: May. 14, 2021 at 1:44 PM EDT
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The driver of a hijacked Richland Two school bus is being honored Friday.

South Carolina Senator Mia McLeod introduced a resolution to honor Kenneth Corbin.

On May 6, Corbin was driving a Richland Two school bus transporting students to Forest Lake Elementary NASA Explorer School when an armed soldier-in-training boarded the bus.

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After a short drive, all of the students and Corbin were able to get off the bus safely.

Corbin’s calm demeanor helped de-escalate a dangerous situation and exemplified the training he received through a Safe Pupil Training course.

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