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Editorial: Tragedy may bring needed regulations

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The problem with lax regulations is that often it takes a tragedy to get them changed. Such is the case with the death of 15-year-old Hadley-Luzerne student Hunter Scofield, who died last weekend in the crash of a bus transporting him and 31 customers of a North Country rafting company to a drop-in point along the Hudson River. The tragedy shines a spotlight on not only the regulations relating to the buses that transport customers ...


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mezz3131
July 13, 2014
7:30 a.m.

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Ive been on that bus and noticed how they drive those buses with the door open and people standing right next to it on the steps. Has anyone looked into that being the reason the guide was thrown from the bus? I'd be willing to bet, that was the case...

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