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8Months Pregnant Saves Students Burning School Bus

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School bus driver Imunek Williams was two blocks away from dropping a group of students off at the Milwaukee Academy of Science this past Wednesday morning when she smelled something burning. She knew she had to get the kids out. Some 15 seconds later, the bus was engulfed in flames.

Williams had been a bus driver for a little under a year. With a 1-year-old and with a baby on the way, she credits her motherly instincts for what she did next.

“I’m fine, the baby is fine. I’m just thankful I was able to help those kids,” she said. “If my son was on that bus, I would want the driver to protect the kids at all costs.”