Bus crash 911 calls; Donation crackdown; Think before you pink

WAVE 3 News Anchor Janelle MacDonald
WAVE 3 News Anchor Janelle MacDonald

I hope you're having a good Tuesday …

… and I hope your plans for this evening include joining Dawne Gee and me for WAVE 3 News at 5!

Tonight, we're hearing firsthand accounts of what happened as a Jefferson County school bus overturned last week.  WAVE 3's Jaimie Weiss listened to the 911 calls that came in from people who witnessed the crash.  Plus, WAVE 3 Troubleshooter Eric Flack takes a look at where the debate over seatbelts on school buses stands.

You may have seen those bins around town that make it easy for you to donate clothes and other household items, but who are those donations really going to when you drop them off?  WAVE 3's Maira Ansari shows us what some Metro Council members are trying to do to make sure they're not eyesores and you're not getting taken advantage of.

And, this is a big month for a cause that's very important to me and I bet a lot of you out there – It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  You've probably seen a lot of products out there already that promise to support breast cancer causes if you buy their product.  Tonight, WAVE 3's Scott Adkins has a buyer beware warning for shoppers.

We'll see you at 5:00!

Janelle MacDonald
Anchor, WAVE 3 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m.
Email me at jmacdonald@wave3.com.
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