State Police: Man Illegally Passed School Bus And Hit Student

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/13/2013 7:26 pm
Kentucky State Police said Scottie Ingle, 30, illegally passed a stopped school bus and hit a teenager who was trying to get on the bus.

The teenager, whose name was not released, was airlifted to U.K. Hospital with an injured leg.

State Police said it happened around 7:00 a.m. Wednesday on Highway 519 in Rowan County.

Investigators said Ingle was charged with Illegal Passing of a School Bus and Wanton Endangerment.

He was initially lodged in the Rowan County Detention Center.
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SS Cmmdr Raus - 2/13/2013 9:47 PM
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I hope the kid gets well fast. Good luck. Good thing this guy wasn't in Politics an a Special Session called. I think they can do what they want if that occurs. Politics over life and death to decide if they get another raise.
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