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Friendly Bus Driver Assists Visually Impaired Girl, 9, Who Is Determined to Ride Bus to School

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A Texas school bus driver has stepped up to champion a visually impaired fourth grader after she made it known to her parents that she wanted to ride the bus by herself. When A’Delyn Williams, 9, told her mother, Ambrea Strang, that she wanted to ride the bus for her fourth grade year at Carver Elementary School, the mom of three was a little skeptical. “I don’t think I was actually ready,” Ambrea of Greenville told The Epoch Times, “but she talked me into it this year and I’m glad she did.” “I felt really excited,” said A’Delyn, referring to choosing to go on the bus by herself. “It’s something I wanted to do for a while.” Returning home from school on Aug. 18, to her mom and sisters, Amira and Alani, A’Delyn had already made a meaningful connection with her bus driver, Ryan. The compassionate driver had helped her both …

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