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Ohio latest state in checking school buses for terrorism threats

School bus drivers and education officials in Ohio and across the country are adding the fight against terrorism to their back-to-school check lists. In Ohio, state education officials have expanded safety checklists to have drivers sniff cargo areas and tire valves for odors that could indicate a bomb. They also are looking for suspicious lumps in seats, odd wires under hoods or unusual marks on fenders. “This is about precaution,” said J.C. Benton, a spokesman for the Ohio Department of Education. “It’s not in response to attacks. This was in the works before the London terrorist stuff.” Full Story

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