A frustrated mother says she wants answers from the Columbus City School District.
She wants to know the district's expectations of its drivers -- and why no one stepped in to stop, what she calls, an out of control fight.
Amanda Fortin says her 12-year-old daughter gets off the bus on Forest Hills Boulevard and walks across a parking lot to get to her after school center.
But Fortin says on Monday, her daughter was approached by a large group of teens.
"She was off the bus and she was getting ready to walk to the day care, but the bus was still there when they approached her,” Fortin said.
Fortin showed 10TV video she says several of the teens who attacked her daughter posted to their Facebook pages.
Viewers can see one girl attacking another girl, who Fortin says is her daughter, while several boys stand around with camera phones recording the attack.
Fortin says she doesn't understand why the bus driver did not help.
I want to know why she didn't call 911 or stop these girls from attacking my daughter at the bus stop. She didn't do anything,” said Fortin.
Columbus City Schools say it reviewed the surveillance video on the bus, and talked to the driver, and says there was nothing the driver could see that would have indicated the girl would have been attacked.
District officials say if the driver saw something, the protocol is for the bus driver to use the radio on board and immediately call for help.
Fortin maintains another student on the bus tried to alert the driver and says she's disappointed her child wasn't protected.
“If I see a group of girls ganging up on a child, I'm going to stop and find out what's going on or at least call the police,” said Fortin
The district also says the surveillance video doesn't show any student trying to alert the driver.
The district did not release the surveillance video to 10TV.
As for the video of the alleged attack, Columbus police say they have seen it and they have identified who the offenders are.
A spokesperson says the mother can seek to press charges through the city prosecutor’s office.
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