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. Credit: Deb Cram | Portsmouth Herald

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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