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An abandoned baby, friendly drunks, and hot chocolate: these are the memories of a veteran bus driver in Prince George

Bob McCauley is getting ready to retire after 42 years behind the wheel of a bus in Prince George. (Shaam Semere/CBC)

"Transit Driver Appreciation Day" may not sound that interesting, but the stories from transit drivers are. Bob McCauley has spent 42 years driving a bus in Prince George, and he's seen some surprising things. Shaam Semere goes along for a ride.

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