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Officers with the Clarksville Police Department are reminding drivers of the traffic laws they must follow when they pass through school zones throughout the city, as the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System resumes classes this week.

Per a report by Clarksville Now, a spokesperson with the CPD says that the department will be watching drivers carefully to catch anyone speeding through school zones or attempting to pass school buses.

The CPD says that drivers should remember that school zones are marked with flashing lights or traffic signs, and that drivers should also pass through these areas distraction-free while remaining alert and cautious. In addition, drivers should note that active school zones have a speed limit of 20 mph unless otherwise posted.

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A Chevy Trailblazer turned into the path of a Clarksville Transit System bus last Wednesday afternoon, causing four people to suffer injuries.

Per a report by, the accident occurred when the Trailblazer was traveling south in the left lane of Wilma Rudolph Blvd near the bus, which was in the right lane. The juvenile driver of the SUV attempted to turn right onto Old Trenton Road, but cut off the bus in the process, causing the driver to swerve to avoid a collision.

The bus briefly exited the road and entered an embankment, but the driver regained control and brought it back onto the road. However, the bus then struck a large rock in the road. The driver of the Trailblazer also lost control, causing the SUV to leave the road and crash into the embankment.

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