In Ohio, a Bus Shortage Inspired One Dad to Take Children to School in His Limo

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Sean Rogers Jr.

Sean Rogers Jr. is a wonderful, loving dad in Ohio who has graciously offered to take children to school in the limousine he uses for work because of a statewide bus shortage. Due to a shortage of drivers, many busses are not able to get to neighborhoods to take children to school, causing undue stress to many parents and children alike.

That's when Sean Rogers decided to jump on Facebook and make this gracious offer to his community.

Sean posted on Facebook:

"Attention FB: starting next week I have decided to go out and help these Columbus city buses 🚌 get our kids to school my kids and others have missed almost a week of school due to their bus not showing up I'll be traveling all over Columbus to drop kids off at school yes IN THE LIMO if it's ok with the parents I'd rather see them late to school then out here in the streets or behind bars or even in the grave. If ur child needs a ride to school please contact me in my inbox HELP ME HELP OUR KIDS"

Shortly after Sean posted his offer to Facebook, dozens of parents jumped at the opportunity to have their kids driven to school. On Monday he took 25 children to school and on Tuesday he took 42 more children to school in Columbus!

The bus shortage is impacting many families across central Ohio and in a press conference, the superintendent said that 15-20% of bus drivers have been calling out of work or not showing up at all.

Thankfully, because of Mr. Rogers' kindness, many children are getting a ride in a limousine which is kind of every kid's dream.

Thank you, Sean! We are lucky to live in a world with you in it.

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