By Ariel Zilber For Dailymail. A young girl with physical and mental disabilities was repeatedly raped and abused by fellow special needs middle school students on the daily bus ride while the driver sat back and did nothing, a lawsuit alleges. Jane Doe is described as a special needs girl who has the communication skills of a five-year-old. Fulton County Schools in Georgia is being sued by a young girl, 14, with special needs who alleges that she was molested, groped, and raped by fellow special needs students on a school bus last year. The district's administrative building is seen in the above stock image. Parks said he was informed of the existence of the tapes by an employee of the school district. The school district is being sued for failing to protect the girl. The district said it fired the driver involved.
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The school bus was making a right turn. A year-old girl was crossing the street on the way to school. Within moments on Tuesday morning, this uncrowded intersection with a four-way stop sign in a relatively quiet stretch of Brooklyn turned into a horrific scene. The bus struck the girl around a. The parents accompanied the girl as she was rushed to Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. The bus driver was taken into custody by the police, but police officials said no criminal charges were immediately filed. No students had been on the bus. Carranza, said in a statement. Education officials said Mr. More than 20 pedestrians have been killed on New York City streets this year, including four since Sunday.
A teenager was killed when she walked in front of a school bus while looking down at her mobile phone, an inquest heard. Sian Ellis, 15, suffered multiple injuries and died at the scene after being struck by the double decker minutes after leaving King Edward VII College in Coalville, Leicester, on January 28 last year. His colleague, Detective Constable John Borlase said the 60 children on the bus as well as another 20 or 30 who witnessed the incident all recalled seeing Sian looking at the device. The driver, year-old Michael Parker, had never passed his test, holding only a provisional licence, and was not insured. The inquest heard that Parker told police in his interview that he had just taken a left turn heading towards the town centre after collecting the children from campus. His colleague explained that Parker, travelling at around 19mph, would have had just 0.
A year-old student with intellectual and physical disabilities was allegedly sexually assaulted over a period of nearly two weeks by other special needs students on a school bus before the driver or any other adult intervened, according to a lawsuit. The girl's mother sued her daughter's school district in Georgia federal court Tuesday. The lawsuit alleges that the Fulton County School District FCSD discriminated against the girl, who is referred to as "Jane Doe" in the filing to protect her privacy, "through its deliberate indifference to the sexual assaults and rape she endured" and by failing to provide safe transportation for her.