Wichita high school girl kicked off bus and left out in the cold


A 15 year old girl in the Wichita school district was thrown off the school bus this morning by her bus driver. Five miles away from school and six miles from home, she didn't know where to go.

"Honestly, it's crazy that it's even coming down to this. It should've never went this far. He should've never left us," says Robin Walker, Southeast High School student.

It all started when another student threw Walker's box of donuts out the bus window. That led to a fight, then the bus driver pulled over.

 "Our altercation had started. He didn't say anything to the dude, he just told me and the female to get off the bus. I didn't think he was going to leave. That didn't cross my mind," says Walker.

At one point, Walker called her dad. He asked to talk to the bus driver.

"He hands her the phone pushes her off the bus she's screaming and crying talking about how he's kicking us off right now I don't know what to do. Oh, my gosh, he's driving off! I felt like the school system had failed me at that point," says Robert Walker.

The walkers don't just want this to blow over because student safety should be top priority.

"We're two 15-year-old girls just on the side of the road. Anything can happen at anytime," says Robin.

"Your whole job was to protect kids man. You kicked two of them off the bus and left them in your rear view. What do you want me to say," says Robert.

He just hopes the school district takes proactive measures to prevent something like this from happening again.

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