Amanda Rouse was on a California school bus with 40 elementary school students when the driver fell from her seat and hit her head. The quick-thinking 15-year-old jumped from her seat and pulled the bus to a stop. The bus struck two parked cars but no one was injured. Yet Rouse says Marina High School officials gave her a Saturday detention because she wasn't supposed to be on the bus in the first place. She had felt sick on the way to school and had asked the bus driver to take her back to the bus yard.
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