Authorities say year-old Arris Pitmon leaped through the window of the Atlanta bus, overpowered the driver to take the wheel and then left the bus driverless as it thundered down a steep hill. A dozen or so screaming students were on the bus as it plunged, many bounding out of the emergency exit in the back, said Atlanta Public Schools spokesman Keith Bromery. Two students and the bus driver suffered minor injuries, police said. By the time Pitmon was arrested after the crash, he was naked, police said. Turner, who had rushed to the scene, said the man lost his pants while trying to escape from bystanders. We turned him over and he just had a condom on.
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Shirtless man hijacks, crashes Atlanta school bus - aservis.info
A shirtless man hijacked an Atlanta public school bus with about a dozen students aboard Thursday and then jumped out of the driver's seat as the bus careened down a steep hill, a school spokesman said. Two students and the bus driver were injured, authorities said. Arris Pitmon, 23, jumped into the stopped bus through a window as a student was being dropped off in a southeast Atlanta neighborhood, police said. He overpowered the woman bus driver and took control of the steering wheel, said Atlanta Police Officer James Polite.
Shirtless man hijacks, crashes Atlanta school bus
ATLANTA -- A shirtless man leaped through the window of an Atlanta school bus with about a dozen students aboard Thursday, overpowered the driver to take the wheel, then left the bus driverless as it careened down a steep hill, authorities said. As the bus plunged, screaming students bounded out of the emergency exit in the back, said Atlanta Public Schools spokesman Keith Bromery. Two students and the bus driver were injured, but not seriously, police said.
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