May 27, 2020
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Driver of crashed Kittery day care bus has license suspended again

Deb Cram | Portsmouth Herald
Deb Cram | Portsmouth Herald
The driver of a Kittery Community Center bus carrying 11 children and two staff members that crashed on Interstate 95 Friday morning has been placed on leave during an investigation into the incident.

The man who drove a Kittery community center bus full of children that veered off the road and slammed into a tree has had his driver’s license suspended again.

The Maine secretary of state’s office said 21-year-old John Guy’s license was suspended again because of a reported medical condition.

Guy has a history of driving violations, including nine convictions.

The town of Kittery is looking into why a background check didn’t reveal his previous convictions.

Eleven children and two adults from a Kittery summer camp had to be hospitalized after the crash.

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