The driver of an Asheboro City Schools bus has been charged after a crash on the morning of December 20 on U.S. Highway 64 in Cary in which 38 students sustained personal injuries.
The driver, 40-year-old Boyce Goldston, was cited for failure to decrease speed to avoid a collision, He is faced with a fine of $50 and court costs of $143.
According to police, Goldston was the driver of a bust transporting students from North Asheboro Middle School when he rear-ended another bus, causing that bus, in turn, to collide with a third bus. The three buses were part of a group of four buses transporting 158 eighth grade students on a field trip to the North Carolina Museums of History and Natural Sciences.
The injuries were considered to be minor.
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