The driver was unaware or not alert.
Either way, passengers expecting to disembark in Richmond approached the driver about his error. The driver, however, didn't understand them. He couldn't speak English.
He was ticketed for not having a commercial driver's license.
The route originated in Chinatown in New York City. It is assumed the driver was Chinese.
The report didn't mention if the driver was a legal citizen, or a Democrat in waiting.
From WTVR.com we read:
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“He was dragged out of his chair, the bus was actually swerving in and out of lanes for a half mile or so.” Daniels said that is when he texted his mom, asking her to call 911. “I was able to do everything silently by sending her my GPS location.”
Daniels said this experience proved all buses need to have an emergency action plan.
“Just like planes, bus drivers need to go over safety protocol with passengers, there needs to be an organized plan.”
The bus driver showed signs of struggle but chose not to press charges against any passengers. He was ticketed for driving a bus without a having a commercial driver’s license.
State police say the bus belonged to a company out of New York, General Bus Inc.
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