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Bus driver creates 'Anti-Clown spray' to ease student fears

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) — A Chesterfield County bus driver found a unique way to calm the fears of some of her students after recent clown sighting reports in the area. The Salem and Hening Elementary bus driver said she decided to fix up a batch of Anti-Clown spray to help her students overcome their fears. "Those that needed that extra courage asked for it," said the bus driver.
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