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"It's bone-chilling": Family releases video of school bus driver assaulting autistic child

"It's bone-chilling": Family releases video of school bus driver assaulting autistic child


When the 8-year-old girl neglects to leave the school bus, its driver pulls her by the hood of her sweatshirt and throws her on the ground, before letting her fall down the steps.

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