Transcript for Speeding SUV Nearly Hits 3 School Children
to three years in prison. A frightening close call for three kids getting on a school bus. A speeding SUV comes within inches of running those children over. And the search is now on for that wrereckless driver. We want to thank our station KOMO in Seattle. Reporter: This morning, frightening video from inside a school bus in Washington state that no parents ever expect to see. Watch again. Three children about to board their bus when an SUV speeds past on shoulder of the road. The kids jolting back, disoriented and shell-shocked. It kind of ran over my shoe a little. Reporter: The children's mothers watching. The terrifying moment fly out. We knew the kids were okay, the anger set in. I took off running. I was partway down this hill. Reporter: The buss' surveillance system capturing the near miss from three angles. To have someone go that far out of their way to get around the bus. Reporter: When a school bus stops are red lights flashing, in most states, other drivers need to stop 25 feet away. That's not always what happens. This young boy gets off the bus and seconds later. That stupid car! Reporter: Nearly hit by an oncoming car. The same thing in Minnesota. In fact, school bus drivers across 29 states reporting that on just one day, they witnessed as many as 76,000 violations. That's about 13 million a school year. Back in pierce county, Washington, district officials say all safety equipment was operating properly and the driver followed proper protocol. If it hadn't been two, three more steps, our kids might not be here. Reporter: For "Good morning America," gio Benitez, ABC news, New York. Seeing that video makes your blood boil, as a parent. It stops your heart. You can understand that mother's reaction of chasing the car down. Let's take a look at the weather. Ginger has the latest for us.
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