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Cincinnati Public Schools accidentally sends students' personal information to others' families

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Cincinnati Public Schools accidentally sends students' personal information to others' families

Cincinnati Public Schools accidentally sends students' personal information to others' families

A trooper and a suspect were injured in a trooper-involved shooting in Middletown Thursday night, according to Lt.

Craig Cvetan, spokesman for Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The emails sent to Cincinnati Public Schools parents Thursday should have contained information about their children’s busing schedule for the upcoming school year, district spokeswoman Lauren Worley said that night — and they did.

But at least a portion of the 7,000 emails also contained the personal information, including names, bus numbers, bus stop locations and pick-up times, of every other child on the same bus route.

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