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Driving school linked to Va. bus crash loses license

Posted on March 6, 2012

NEW YORK — New York state suspended the license of a driving school, which prosecutors say was getting commercial driver's licenses for people without the necessary skills, reported The Wall Street Journal.

Students included a driver of a bus that crashed in Virginia last June, which killed four passengers and injured dozens of others.

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