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Gwyneth Paltrow Almost Hit by Bus
Gwyneth Paltrow Almost Hit by Bus

School has just begun, but it almost ended for Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter Apple — when her mother recklessly zoomed in front of a moving school bus while driving with the nine-year-old on the back of a scooter.

Gwyn and hubby Chris Martin were picking up their kids from an L.A. school last week on their respective Vespas, when the actress was caught on video coming within inches of crashing into the school bus.

Fortunately, the bus driver was paying attention and slammed on the brakes before colliding with mother and daughter. Gwyn, however, didn’t even seem to notice as she scooted away.

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