Governor Mike DeWine has announced the formation of a working task force to look into school bus safety in Ohio.
DeWine made the announcement in suburban Cleveland at the Mentor School District’s bus garage, where he met with bus inspectors from the state highway patrol.
The governor said the task force will look at every aspect of bus safety.
“From construction of the buses, to maintenance, to the inspections, we’ll get into issues like seat belts.”
DeWine says buses remain the best way to get students to and from school.
An elementary student in Ohio was killed last week when he was ejected from a bus during a collision with a minivan near Springfield.