Vineland Parent Arrested After Cursing at School Bus Driver
The mother of a Vineland school student was arrest Tuesday after engaging in a profanity-laced argument with a female driver on a bus filled with kids on their way to school. The incident was caught on video.
According to The Daily Journal, Ladia Lazzarini boarded the school bus and confronted the driver about her driving, claiming the driver had been running over speed bumps at an unsafe speed causing the students to hit the roof.
The argument was recorded by one of the students on cell phone video. The parent can be heard cursing and threatening the driver during the the nearly 4-minute recording.
At one point, the bus driver can be heard telling telling Lazzarini to get off the bus. The woman refuses.
The shouting intensified, the confrontation escalated, and, eventually police were called.
The Daily Journal reports that another parent was injured while trying to intervene between the two women.
The bus was over an hour late arriving at Veterans Intermediate School, according to the report.
Here is the video recorded of the argument between the parent and the bus driver.