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Topic - Homeowner Femi Olamide
Police are investigating why a Ride On bus drove off of the road in Silver Spring Monday morning and ran into a parked car and house.
"I grabbed my Bible [which was on the seat of my car,] and said, 'Thank you, God,' " he said.
Homeowner Femi Olamide, who was arriving home at the time, said he saw that the bus was not going to stop at the stop sign and got back into his car.