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The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is looking to honor a bus passenger who used his cane to strike a man allegedly attacking the driver of RideKC Max bus on Troost Avenue early Saturday. Video courtesy of Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, edited by The Star's Monty Davis
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is looking to honor a bus passenger who used his cane to strike a man allegedly attacking the driver of RideKC Max bus on Troost Avenue early Saturday. Video courtesy of Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, edited by The Star's Monty Davis

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