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Minneapolis students dropped off at wrong bus stops

The school year got off to a rough start for two young students that were left at the wrong bus stops in Minneapolis. The first case happened Thursday where a pre-schooler left the school bus two miles away from her home at a homeless shelter. The second incident happened Friday where a girl in kindergarten was found wandering after getting off the bus despite a name tag that marked where the girl should have landed.
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The school year got off to a rough start for two young students that were left at the wrong bus stops in Minneapolis. The first case happened Thursday where a pre-schooler left the school bus two miles away from her home at a homeless shelter. The second incident happened Friday where a girl in kindergarten was found wandering after getting off the bus despite a name tag that marked where the girl should have landed.

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