Greenwich bus drivers pitching in for Haiti

Greenwich school bus drivers are reaching out to many of their co-workers who have family in Haiti following the earthquake that devastated that country.Thirty drivers

BRIDGEPORT - Greenwich school bus drivers are reaching out to many of their co-workers who have family in Haiti following the earthquake that devastated that country.

Thirty drivers and 10 monitors with Student Transportation of America have loved ones in Haiti.

At least one of those people lost several family members, and many more are still waiting to find out if their loved ones survived.

The bus company says it's passed out more than $1,000 worth of phone cards to employees so they can try to get in touch.

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