MBTA Bus Drivers To Be Fired For Rush Hour Game Of “Chicken” In Chelsea

CHELSEA, Mass. (AP) — Two MBTA bus drivers will likely be fired over what police call a “game of chicken.”

MBTA General Manager Richard Davey says the drivers were suspended for 30 days and they will be discharged following that suspension.

According to Chelsea police, the two drivers, whose names have not been released, took part in a game of chicken during rush hour on Tuesday, with passengers on board. It does not appear that anyone was injured in the alleged incident.

The drivers both face criminal charges for operating to endanger.

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  1. Willow says:

    Good!!! Maybe the jobs can now go to people who will appreciate having a job.

  2. Anderson says:

    I take this bus sometimes, the Drivers on the rush our is really disrespect with people, I understand the people from Chelsea sometimes leaves the car in the garage and go to Boston, and try to enjoy the best and secure way to commute, but they get frustared at work, or any other things they plan in Boston. I hope the MBTA work around the costumers.

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