A six-year-old schoolgirl died under the most tragic circumstances recently while making her way home on a bus.
The young victim reportedly suffocated to death by a seatbelt while the bus monitor happened to be too busy to notice as she was too busy using her smartphone.
Sources from local media outlets were quick to speak about how all the schoolchildren used to travel on the school bus with a monitor in charge. That was the rule for anyone and everyone.
No matter what, she was the one in charge, whether you happened to like that or not. This was a part of the law but little did anyone realize that even she wouldn’t be able to save a child from being killed despite traveling in the same vehicle as others.
The suspect was identified as 27-year-old Amanda Davila who hails from New Brunswick in New Jersey. It was just so tragic how all of this took place and now, sources are shedding more light on the matter in which this terrible and terrifying tragedy arose.
Little Faja Williams was a part of the many other young passengers who were making their way to school. She was seated in her wheelchair when all of a sudden, nobody realized that she slipped down after the bus crossed several bumps on the road.
It was the most shocking and heartbreaking thing. That caused her seatbelt to warp around her neck and in the end, she suffocated to death without the bus driver noticing until the bus came to the end of the stop.
The suspect was reportedly charged with manslaughter and child endangerment. It was a mortifying reality that so many did not see coming for obvious reasons.
The bus monitor admitted to being busy and engaged in her mobile phone device. And by the time the bus arrived at its destination, it was too late.