(CTV NEWS) An Ontario mother and father, whose son is a double amputee, are frustrated with a local school board's decision to move their seven-year-old son's bus stop further from their home to one that is often blocked by mounds of snow.
Ajax, Ont. parents Kurt and Melissa Webster said they have been fighting with Durham Student Transportation Services (DSTS), who is responsible for bus travel for students in the Durham District School Board (DDSB), to move the spot back ever since their son, Rui, had his route changed last September.
"Our son cannot feel the ground, he doesn't have feet, so walking on uneven ground is difficult for him," Kurt Webster told CTV News Toronto. "If you put him on ice, gravel, snow or sand, he's less stable."
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