Many parents are overprotective, but the fact is that they can’t always keep a tight check on their children.
That is why kids must just trust that their most valuable possessions will be safe and secure while they are at school or in other areas when they are alone.
However, one of the most important things they can do is teach their children how to stay out of trouble.
Troy Luna is a little boy who knows how to look after himself since his parents instilled in him the fundamentals of safety.
Troy knows he shouldn’t stay silent if he sees an adult acting strangely around children, and he put that information to good use after boarding the school bus.
When he got inside, he discovered something that piqued his interest.
There was a peculiar odor that he had never encountered before.
Furthermore, the bus driver, Caroline Denise Ray, drove the vehicle irresponsibly, swerving from one line to the other.
She even abruptly stopped the bus a couple of times, causing many of the children to fall out of their seats.
And although the other kids thought driving was amusing, Troy realized they were all in danger.
“I was like, ‘OK, I’m just going to call 911.’” “After that, I made the call,” he stated of the incident.
Troy’s best option was to call the cops since this decision could have saved the lives of all 30 children on the bus.
They were short on her route and pulled her bus over after he made the call and told the cops how his bus driver was driving dangerously.
They discovered she was in possession of drugs and was under the influence after searching for her.
Although the other students thought that contacting 911 would cease the “fun” of the negligent driving, Troy didn’t think it was at all.
The bus driver was promptly fired after being detained and charged with child endangerment and driving while under the influence of drugs.
Despite his age, Troy’s school and parents were quite pleased with him for acting so appropriately.
Troy is a true hero. His narrative should serve as an example of how we should all teach our children to differentiate between good and wrong.