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State to investigate after child left alone at wrong bus stop

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BEMIDJI, Minn. -- The Bemidji school district and the state are investigating an incident in which a school bus driver dropped a 6-year-old student off alone at the wrong location Monday.

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Greg Liedl, transportation coordinator for Bemidji Area Schools, said Thursday the driver, who originally had retired from driving a school bus but returned as a substitute, dropped the 6-year-old boy off alone at his home rather than at his day care in Hubbard County.

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Zach Kayser
Zach Kayser covers local government and city issues for the Pioneer. He previously worked for the Wadena Pioneer Journal, and is an alumni of the University of Minnesota, Morris. 
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