A group of concerned community members have formed a coalition to advocate for safe school bus stops in El Dorado County. Called “Kids FIRST” (Family Initiative for Roadside SafeTy), the coalition is deeply concerned about the school bus stop at the corner of Mace and Pony Express Trail after an El Dorado High School student was severely injured last March. Community members were deeply affected by this horrific accident that injured Carly Bray and they never want it to occur again to another student.
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Sign the online petition at change.org/petitions/kids-f-i-r-s-t-family-initiative-for-roadside-safety-move-the-school-bus-stopat-mace-and-pony-express-trail-in-camino-ca or contact Sally Long Johns at KIDS First El Dorado County.