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Charged, School Bus Driver Accused of Hitting Parked Car

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Accused of striking a parked car twice and leaving the scene, a Savannah school bus driver faces charges.

Valeri Williams was driving several students on a 2001 bus owned by First Student on the morning of September 5th when the incident occurred, according to Savannah-Chatham Metro Police. 

It happened at the Fenwick Village Apartment Complex in West Chatham County. Detectives say Williams drove into the complex, struck a parked car once, then a second time as she attempted to back up. The 50-year-old is also accused of failing to report the incident after leaving the scene.

Williams is charged with hit-and-run and leaving the scene of an accident, failure to maintain her lane and reckless driving.

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