A bus driver has been charged with drink driving offences while on his way to pick up children from school.
About 3.15pm on Friday 5 February, police stopped a bus on Caigan Street, Dunedoo, NSW.
The driver of the bus, a 55-year-old local man, was subjected to a roadside breath test and returned a positive reading.
He was taken to Dunedoo Police Station where he allegedly returned a positive breath test analysis reading of 0.09.
The man was charged with mid-range drink driving and his licence was suspended.
He has been granted conditional bail, to appear at Dunedoo Local Court on Friday 8 April 2016.
Police allege the bus driver was on his way to pick up children from a local school.
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