Road rage is bad enough to begin with, but when it involves a school bus... well, that's just crazy!

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We've all had our moments. A car passes you, gets in front of you, then slows down. Or someone pulls out in front of you when there was no cars behind you. Driving can get pretty frustrating, but how far would you let your road rage go?

Well, one woman may have taken it a little too far, as she engaged in road rage with a school bus. According to News 10,

Members of the Guilderland Police Department responded to a road rage incident around 7:35 a.m. Monday on Ryan Place. According to police, Beth Aviza recklessly passed a moving and occupied Mohonasen school bus and then intentionally cut off the school bus coming to a stop in front of the bus.

After stopping her car in front of the bus, Aviza got out and tried to force her way onto the bus.

She is facing multiple charges including Reckless Endangerment, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Criminal Mischief, Reckless Driving, and a charge of Unattended Motor Vehicle.

 

New York doesn't kid around when it comes to road rage. That's enough to make me think twice before getting upset at another driver.