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More than 53,000 school buses are recalled, but no one knows exactly which ones



More than 53,000 school buses have been recalled across the country because of a safety issue.Some of the recalled buses are believed to be in the Cincinnati area, but no one knows exactly which buses are affected.Daimler Trucks North America is recalling certain Thomas Built school buses with production dates between 2014 and 2020. According to recall, bus seats "may not provide sufficient impact absorption in certain specific areas around the steel seat frame of the back support." While many local districts own Thomas buses, the recall is specific, but one does know exactly which buses are on the list.Daimler said it was planning to send out a list including vehicle identification numbers in December. "If they know they're recalled, I'm not sure in this day and age why there isn't a computer system or data logistics that they won't be able to get the exact lot numbers and VIN numbers out for that time, "said one parent.The recall is because of a problem in the seat padding, not the kind for sitting but the kind for safety. Because school buses do not have seat belts, the padding on the seat frame is crucial to safety in the event of an impact. Certain Thomas models don't have enough padding. "That's the only safety measure they have in place, essentially," said Brady Bonner. His daughter is too young to ride the bus, but he said that if she was old enough, he wouldn't put her on the bus until he knew the problem had been fixed.Forest Hills has two Thomas buses, and they're being taken out of service until they have been fixed. Lebanon has eight Thomas buses and Mason has five. Both districts are leaving their buses in service.Daimler Trucks said some of the buses have been on the road since 201

4 and there have not been any injuries related to the padding.

More than 53,000 school buses have been recalled across the country because of a safety issue.

Some of the recalled buses are believed to be in the Cincinnati area, but no one knows exactly what buses are

Daimler Trucks North America is recalling certain Thomas Built school buses with production dates between 2014 and 2020.

According to the recall, the bus seats "may not provide sufficient impact absorption in certain specific areas around the steel seat frame back support. "

While many local districts own Thomas buses, the recall is specific, but one knows exactly which buses are on the list.

Daimler said it was planning to send out a list including vehicle identification numbers in December.

"If they know they're recalled, I'm not sure this day and age why there's no computer system or data logistics that they won't be able to get the exact lot numbers and VIN n umbers out for that time, "said one parent.

The recall is because of a problem in the seat padding, not the kind for sitting but the kind for safety. Because school buses do not have seat belts, the padding on the seat frame is crucial to safety in the event of an impact. Certain Thomas models don't have enough padding.

"That's the only safety measure they have in place, essentially," said Brady Bonner. His daughter is too young to ride the bus, but he said if he was old enough, he wouldn't put her on the bus until he knew the problem was fixed.

Forest Hills has two Thomas buses, and they 're being taken out of service until they have been fixed.

Lebanon has eight Thomas buses and Mason has five. Both districts are leaving their buses in service.

Daimler Trucks said some of the buses have been on the road since 2014 and there have not been any injuries related to the padding.


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