Just this morning, a father waiting to put his 7-year-old daughter onto a school bus recorded a black truck speed between where they were standing and the stopped bus with its lights flashing.

The incident happened in New Sharon, Maine, on Route 2 near the intersection of Route 27.

Police now have the video and are looking it over in their effort to find the driver of the truck with a snowmobile in its bed.

According to Maine law, passing a stopped school bus with lights flashing is a Class E crime worthy of a minimum $250 fine.  If a second instance happens within the three following years it is then a mandatory 30-day suspension of one's drivers license.

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