Even though he was only 10 years old, Troy did something to help everyone on the bus. Student CM2 felt something strange. A strange smell emanated from the bus driver.
He was also not an ordinary bus driver. Instead, he often worked as a deputy in a nearby area. Troy was intrigued and alarmed by the smell, and the driver hesitated even more as he leaned toward the road and began to accelerate.
When the driver braked, several students hit their heads on adjacent seats. When the driver veered off the gentle curve and into the highway, Troy was sure something was wrong.
He told his class to call 911. Several friends tried to convince him to change his mind. According to Sacramento on Good Day, they were afraid of getting into trouble because of the call.
Fortunately, Troy was one of eight children, according to Good Day Sacramento. He probably knew what it meant to take care of other children. At that moment, his instincts started asking for help.
This time, he won’t ignore his intuition. He boldly told his friends that he did not care about the possible consequences of “extreme”.
The police finally arrived and realized that Troy had saved all the kids on the bus from potential disaster.