School Bus Driver Says Kindergartners’ Curiosity Helped Stop Armed Hijacking (VIDEO)


Sometimes, kids do a better job of keeping cool, calm, and collective than adults do. Such was the case recently in an armed hijacking of a school bus filled with kindergarteners.

Police recently arrested a 23-year-old man who was actually recently recruited into the army after he hijacked a bus, charging him with 19 counts of kidnapping along with other chargers.

The hijacker insisted all he wanted was a ride home. However, after a bombardment of questions from the busload of kindergarten kids, Jovan Collazo was overwhelmed. He eventually just ordered the bus driver, Kenneth Corbin, to stop and empty the bus.

Corbin says this bombardment of questions seemed to frustrate Collazo. He was asked various logical questions, including why he was doing this. Collazo couldn't muster up an answer to that curious kindergartners' query.

"The kids were the ones that actually got the gentleman off of the bus and they pretty much had my back as much as my concerns were with them," Corbin explained. "At the end when they started questioning him, it seemed to have frustrated him because his main objective were to get to the next town, but I think we were only on the road about four miles and he just got frustrated with the questions and just told me to stop the bus and get off. All y’all get off now."

Collazo's biggest mistake may have been shifting all the students forward to the front of the bus. This made him surrounded by a batch of curious kids. Most of the questions came from the kindergartners.

“As we were traveling, I guess he realized there were several students on the bus -- kind of scattered throughout,” Corbin said. “He decided to move all the students up front so he could keep us all in close proximity, and when he did that, especially some of my kindergarteners, they started asking questions.”

The students, according to Corbin, asked if the man was a soldier to which he “hesitantly answered -- ‘yes.’”

Corbin said Collazo appeared obviously overwhelmed and more and more confused. He finally shouted that enough was enough. Between Corbin's training and a bombardment of kindergartner questions, an armed hijacker just gave up.

“They asked him, ‘Why are you doing this?’ He never did have an answer for this one. They asked, was he going to hurt them? He said ‘No.’ They asked, ‘Are you going to hurt our bus driver?’ He said, ‘No. I’m going to put you off the bus,’” Corbin recalled. “He sensed more questions coming and I guess something clicked in his mind and he said, ‘Enough is enough already,’ and he told me to ‘Stop the bus, and just get off.’”

Corbin said Collazo appeared obviously overwhelmed and more and more confused. He finally shouted that enough was enough. Between Corbin's training and a bombardment of kindergartner questions, an armed hijacker just gave up.

Sources:
WSBTV

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