It's really heart warming and reassuring that possible, likely, probable,
and maybe have become the new rule of law and law and order among the minds of
government and educators in this state. Being arrested is not a conviction and
this driver was unlawfully convicted without a trial and fired without even
being questioned. No blood test, no evidenced of wrong doing and a history of
good driving record for what? Possibilities?Its also possible and
likely the administrators and all the rest of the school teachers are hyped up
on their Valium, Percocets, and myriad of medications to keep them from going
mad in the class rooms and while driving home and working off the stress of
working in education. The rest of us driving on the road should feel better now
as the administrators and educators all go to their cars and put the lives of
tens of thousand of others in harms way on legal drugs that are also illegal
drugs behind the wheel of a car.It's easy to pass judgment and
criticize without fact and even worse when their is no remorse of wrong doing
when false witness has been made.
I drove for Trailways back in the 1980's for a while, and then drove a
truck for 23 years. So far as driving and logbook regulations go, things are
MUCH tighter now than they were 30 years ago. Bus drivers, in particular, make
sure that they are well-rested prior to an all-nighter, not unlike pilots. I
remember well, nevertheless, how long those nights could be. I do hope things
work out for this young driver, but let's not judge and convict him before
we get all the facts.
Something about driving from Cedar City to Southern Cal at 10 p.m. doesn't
sound very safe. Drowsy driving is just as dangerous as DUI.
Close call, possible tragedy averted. Good job dogs.