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Driver saves girl from burning school bus
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A school bus burst into flames in San Jose Tuesday and firefighters credit the driver with rescuing a girl in a wheelchair.
The driver lifted the middle school student from her wheelchair and carried her to safety after she smelled smoke.
The flames gutted the Franklin-McKinley School District bus.
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