North: Serious safety issues found in 110 school vehicles

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September 2, 2010 21:06

 
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In a police operation in the North Thursday, 110 vehicles which transport school students were stopped and taken off the road for failures in safety and maintenance issues, such such as brakes and tires.

Police stopped a total of 900 vehicles.

In Migdal Emek, police stopped a 35-year-old driver, who transported teachers, and discovered the man has had his license revoked ten years ago. In another instance, a driver transporting students was found to be lacking a driver's license.

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