Another Islander has been charged with passing a school bus while its red lights were flashing.
According to RCMP, the incident occurred on Jan. 31, on Route 2 in New Annan.
The incident was reported to the Public Schools Branch, which contacted East Prince RCMP.
An investigation resulted in a driver being charged.
The RCMP is reminding drivers that failing to stop for a school bus can result in a fine of up to $5,000 and a loss of 12 points from a motor vehicle license, which is a three-month driving suspension.
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