Holzer sponsors bus lights for GCS


Troy Johnson (left), director of transportation and safety with Gallipolis City Schools, stands with Morgan Saunders, director of safety for Holzer Health System. Holzer Health System recently sponsored the purchase of supplemental warning lights for school buses owned by the Gallipolis City School District Board of Education. Johnson said the warning lights were a game-changer. He said buses experience passing violations too frequently and the additional warning lights are positioned more in line with an approaching driver’s line of sight so they can see school buses stopped to load or unload students. Saunders said Holzer Health System was proud to help local schools and to make the community safer. After installing the first set of warning lights, the Gallipolis City School District observed a 400 percent reduction in passing violations in the period of one week.


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Troy Johnson (left), director of transportation and safety with Gallipolis City Schools, stands with Morgan Saunders, director of safety for Holzer Health System. Holzer Health System recently sponsored the purchase of supplemental warning lights for school buses owned by the Gallipolis City School District Board of Education. Johnson said the warning lights were a game-changer. He said buses experience passing violations too frequently and the additional warning lights are positioned more in line with an approaching driver’s line of sight so they can see school buses stopped to load or unload students. Saunders said Holzer Health System was proud to help local schools and to make the community safer. After installing the first set of warning lights, the Gallipolis City School District observed a 400 percent reduction in passing violations in the period of one week.

Troy Johnson (left), director of transportation and safety with Gallipolis City Schools, stands with Morgan Saunders, director of safety for Holzer Health System. Holzer Health System recently sponsored the purchase of supplemental warning lights for school buses owned by the Gallipolis City School District Board of Education. Johnson said the warning lights were a game-changer. He said buses experience passing violations too frequently and the additional warning lights are positioned more in line with an approaching driver’s line of sight so they can see school buses stopped to load or unload students. Saunders said Holzer Health System was proud to help local schools and to make the community safer. After installing the first set of warning lights, the Gallipolis City School District observed a 400 percent reduction in passing violations in the period of one week.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2016/10/web1_Media-Release-School-Bus-Safety-Lights-3-93.jpgTroy Johnson (left), director of transportation and safety with Gallipolis City Schools, stands with Morgan Saunders, director of safety for Holzer Health System. Holzer Health System recently sponsored the purchase of supplemental warning lights for school buses owned by the Gallipolis City School District Board of Education. Johnson said the warning lights were a game-changer. He said buses experience passing violations too frequently and the additional warning lights are positioned more in line with an approaching driver’s line of sight so they can see school buses stopped to load or unload students. Saunders said Holzer Health System was proud to help local schools and to make the community safer. After installing the first set of warning lights, the Gallipolis City School District observed a 400 percent reduction in passing violations in the period of one week. Courtesy photo

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