DOUGLAS CO., GA - The bus driver responsible for saving three students from a fiery wreck will be honored by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners for her bravery.

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Shuronda Richardson was recognized and also dubbed an honorary fire marshal for her heroic actions and quick-thinking when a pickup truck crashed into and wedged itself underneath Richardson's school bus in November, according to Rick Martin, Deputy Director of Communication and Community Relations for Douglas County

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"Her heroic actions presented a situation that could have gone really bad. As a result of that, I felt it was an opportunity to share that story, of, you know, something going well."

"The proudest moment, this is a big moment for me. I haven't had any moments that could compare to this," Richardson said.

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