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OC Police Urge Drivers To Be Cautious Of School Buses

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OCEAN CITY, Md. - With the holiday vacation ending and Worcester County students heading back to school on January 6th, the Ocean City Police Department says they would like to remind motorists to be cautious while traveling.

Police say motorists should do their part to keep children safe while they are getting on and off school busses. Authorities want to remind citizens that school bus pick-up and drop-off times may vary, however, citizens can generally expect to see busses on the road between 7 AM and 8 AM then again between 2:45 PM and 4 PM. While on Coastal Highway, police say motorists traveling in the same direction as a school bus must stop when the bus activates flashing red lights.

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