Duke said in a video released Thursday that the company is making multimillion-dollar safety changes after the crash. medical interview questions to askDuke said Durham will put in place a nationwide complaint management system where teachers and administrators can report specific issues with drivers and buses. It will be online immediately in Chattanooga and across the country for Durham by the end of next year. The company will also install cameras in all buses that record the driver and the road each time they sense unusual driving. anonymousTheyll be installed on Chattanooga buses by the end of the year and on all buses within the next two years. Duke said the companys own investigation into the accident is ongoing. The Hamilton County school district last week released a correspondence from students, parents and administrators raising concerns about Walkers behavior behind the wheel of the bus in the weeks before the crash. Duke told the Chattanooga Times Free Press that his company searched its email database and only found a handful of complaints. After someone complained Walker had been speeding, the company checked GPS data on the bus and found that it wasnt the case, Duke said. We can only act on what we know and whats before us, Duke told the paper.
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– It is easy to turn up your heat in the winter, but that will also drive up the cost of your energy bill. “In the last five years the trend is interesting — electric bills are about $8.60 higher than they were five years ago,” said NorthWestern Energy spokesman Butch Lacombe. Larcombe added natural gas costs have gone down in that same time period. The holiday season also can add to why bills are higher. “Some people have Christmas lights and that sort of thing. We generally advise people to put them on a delay so they shut off and aren’t burning all night and using electricity,” Lacombe said. Heating specialist Mike Coates recommends customers to pay attention to their furnace filters. “Youre looking at saving $100 a year by changing filters out,” Coates said. “Don’t bring down your heat just because youre gone from home; do not drop your heat down 8 or 10 degrees and come home and expect to bring it back up so fast to room temperature, because that furnace is working double overtime when its cold,” he added. For more information click here .
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