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Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal visits Alice Coachman Elementary School in Albany Monday to promote the state’s “Stop Means Stop” campaign to educate Georgia’s motorists about the potentially deadly issue of illegally passing stopped school buses. Harris Blackwood, the director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, who accompanied Deal, said that since 1995, 11 Georgia school children had died as the result of being struck by vehicles illegally passing stopped school buses.

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Eleven school children have died in the state since 1995 because drivers illegally passed stopped school buses.


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