Last night, KCBS reported that the same passenger who originally blew the whistle was shocked to find her behind the wheel again yesterday.
Watch the video report here.
Higgins said he called Muni officials immediately and was told it couldn’t possibly be the same driver.
“I was starting to doubt myself a little bit because Muni was trying to convince me that it wasn’t true, that there was no way she could be driving,” Higgins said.
CBS 5 contacted Muni and the transit agency admitted that it was the same operator behind the wheel. But officials said she wasn’t supposed to be there.
“Are you kidding me? It was her then. I knew it was her. I called them and they said it couldn’t possibly be her driving,” Higgins said. “I am so upset right now, I can’t believe that.”
John Haley, Muni Director of Transit Operations told CBS 5 the driver will be fired. He is not sure if Thursday was the only time she was driving a bus during her suspension.
This morning, KTVU reported that the driver has been ordered to attend a hearing today that would decide her final fate.