Report: Baltimore County School buses with broken parts were passing inspections, carrying students
Baltimore County school buses with broken parts were passing inspections and carrying students, according to a report by FOX45's investigative reporter Chris Papst.
Papst and his team have been trying to get answers for months, on why mechanics were signing off on repairs that were never made, but have yet to receive a response from BCPS.
Click the audio to hear Papst discuss his findings.
Following a @FOXBaltimore #ProjectBaltimore investigation exposing school buses with broken parts carrying students, MDOT issues final report to Baltimore County Schools - 145 defects found! BCPS has agreed to MDOT recommendations to improve bus inspections. Details tonight at 10— Chris Papst (@chrispapst) June 28, 2022
Baltimore County Public Schools will not answer why its mechanics signed off on school bus repairs that were not made. @FOXBaltimore Project Baltimore broke the story in November. BCPS won't tell MDoT. Now, councilman @david_s_marks wants answers.https://t.co/UTGHAE2lA0— Chris Papst (@chrispapst) June 30, 2022