On Thursday, a former Fort Jackson trainee charged with hijacking a school bus waived his right to attend a virtual court hearing.
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department says the Fort Jackson trainee who hijacked a school bus tried to escape from jail and the hospital.
Earlier today, the Midlands bus driver being called a hero shared his story on Good Morning America. Deputies say Richland Two bus driver Kenneth Corbin kept the kids inside his school bus safe during a hijacking earlier this month.
A Richland Two school bus driver is being hailed a hero. The Midlands bus driver was on his morning route last week, when the bus full of students was hijacked. Kenneth Corbin was honored for his bravery in a ceremony held this afternoon.
An Attorney helps families of students who want answers
CNN/ABC News– The families of two victims of the school bus hijacking last week are demanding answers from Fort Jackson and Richland school district two. Richland County deputies say on May 6-th., 23-year-old Jovan Collazo, left Jackson with an unloaded rifle. Collazo is accuses of later hijacked a school bus with 18 kids inside. Collazo faces multiple charges, including 19…
Thursday, Fort Jackson announced it is pausing its weapons immersion training while they continue to investigate the incident where a trainee left the fort with a rifle and hijacked a school bus last week.
The families of two victims of the school bus hijacking held a news conference Thursday morning to demand answers from Fort Jackson and Richland School District Two.
Richland Two bus driver to be honored for efforts to keep students safe during bus hijacking by armed soldier
The Richland Two bus driver who helped keep students safe during last week’s bus hijacking will be honored in a ceremony tomorrow.
We’re still learning more about the school bus hijacking in the Midlands that was caught on camera. Now one student is speaking out about the scary moments.
Student on bus hijacked by soldier talks about his experience