Friday, February 24, 2012

Wanna be a bus driver?

Better think twice before going there:

KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) - Authorities say a bus driver who was stabbed in the face with a pen while trying to resolve a dispute with a passenger has been suspended.
Cobb County spokeswoman AikWah Leow tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ( the driver was suspended with pay for not following protocol. She says he should have stayed in his seat and called the Cobb County Transit dispatch.
Authorities say he was suspended by Lombard, Ill.-based Veolia Transportation, which provides drivers for the system.
Veolia spokeswoman Valerie Michael told The Associated Press Thursday morning the company was still investigating. She wasn't able to discuss details because it's a personnel matter.
Police say a female passenger grabbed a pen from the driver's pocket and stabbed him several times in the face on Monday in Kennesaw.
 Bus driver suspended after pen stabbing - | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The management company called Veolia sure has some winner policies. Look them up on the internet. Could that be TM's Future?