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Flashing lights on school buses signal motorists to stop

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A Carbon County School District bus pulls to the side of the roadway and stops to let students off in the Miller Creek area. School has been in session for a several weeks, but motorists are still forgetting that red flashing lights on a bus mean all traffic must stop. School buses use yellow flashing signals to warn drivers about an impending stop. All signals should be treated as a stop sign and vehicles should never pass a bus with flashing lights on regardless of the direction the motorist may be heading.

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