A Metro bus struck and killed a woman who works for a local ambulance company Monday morning said a spokes person for Cincinnati Public Schools.  The ambulance was carrying severly disabled students to Woodward Career Technical High School.  The driver of the bus was having trouble with some students in the back and had some suspensions of smoking, so she put the bus in park and walked to the back.

She then had the students exit through the back door of the bus and once she began to walk to the front, the bus started to roll.  It rolled about 30 feet before striking two workers for First Care Ambulance service, killing one and injuring the other.

The driver of the bus, a woman, has driven for Metro for seven years.  Her name has not been released but she is being put on administrative leave while Cincinnati police and Metro investigate.

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