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    Auburn Middle School crossing guard Josh Harris directs traffic Wednesday morning at the entrance of the school where there was more than the usual number of cars coming and going as a result of the bus fleet being sidelined.

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    Kibun Dieumere, left, and Jaxon Grover jog up the sidewalk Wednesday morning toward Auburn Middle School where they are seventh graders. They usually take the bus but because of issues with fleet maintenance, they were forced to walk. "It's not that bad and kinda wakes you up," said Grover as they hustled to class.

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    Logan St. Peter, right, and Alyssa Daigle walk up Court Street on Wednesday morning toward Auburn Middle School. St. Peter usually takes the bus but was forced to walk after the fleet underwent an emergency state safety inspection.

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    Auburn parents pick up kids - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Auburn Middle School crossing guard Josh Harris directs traffic Wednesday morning at the entrance of the school where there was more than the usual number of cars coming and going as a result of the bus fleet being sidelined.

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