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Video shows school bus driver accused of DUI rambling, screaming at students

A video of a Washington school bus driver accused of driving “drunk” showed the woman screaming at students and telling them that she is “totally crazy.”

The driver, Catherine Maccarone, 48, resigned from her job last week after being charged with driving under the influence and reckless endangerment in the Sept. 12 incident, authorities said.

The video, which was obtained by NBC affiliate KGW, showed Maccarone completing routes in the Longview School District with elementary and high school students.

The video begins with Maccarone talking to herself in an empty bus about the state of her marriage — “it sucks,” she said — then telling a bus full of students that “I’m totally crazy” because “I love life.”

At one point, she says that she graduated from college three times and that, while planning to pursue policing in Los Angeles, she had to spend a year being a gang informant.

Read more: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/video-shows-school-bus-driver-accused-dui-rambling-screaming-students-n1060121

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