6th-grade Huntington student attacked on school bus

A mother claims her daughter was attacked on Huntington school bus and no one, not even the bus driver, did anything to intervene. Moesha Meus's

HUNTINGTON - A mother claims her daughter was attacked on Huntington school bus and no one, not even the bus driver, did anything to intervene. Moesha Meus's mother is planning to sue the Huntington School District and the Huntington Coach Corporation for inadequate supervision after she says no one stepped in when a student pummeled her daughter.Cell phone video footage allegedly shows Moesha being pulled, pushed and punched on the bus on her way home from Woodhull Elementary School two weeks ago. The 12-year-old says the beating began when she didn't save a seat for another girl, and it lasted about 60 seconds. She says the kids on the bus looked on and cheered while the bus driver continued driving, never stepping in to stop it. Calls to the school and the bus company have not been returned.

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