The driver of a school bus in Lake County and a bus aide are both healing after being hit, according to the deputies, by a 12-year-old kid who was out of control.
It took place on Thursday morning as the school bus was collecting up students in the Clermont area to take them to school. The student was taken into custody and is being charged with aggravated violence for the incident.
When the driver was hit in the face, she had been intervening in a fight between two passengers. After some time had passed, deputies reported that the student had also punched the bus assistant.
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Channel 9 was told by authorities from the school district that it may have been an accident; nevertheless, deputies stated that the situation worsened from there, and the bus aide was also involved in the argument.
After the arrestee was taken from the bus by the bus attendant, the arrestee allegedly charged at the attendant and struck her in the face before fleeing the scene. She stated that after the youngster attempted to hit the bus with the chair, he raced back to his garage to grab another chair.
The alternative school of Academy of Lake Hills South was where the bus was going to head next. Thursday saw the bus driver admitted to the hospital, but according to her family, she is doing well. The student was granted bail and allowed to move back in with his grandma after serving his time in jail.
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