A distressing incident involving a developmentally delayed girl named Lillian Waldron has caused alarm in Wisconsin. Lillian, who is non-verbal and has the mannerisms of a two-year-old, suffered painful bite marks on her arm and shoulder during a bus ride home from school. The attacker was another girl on the bus, and Lillian’s parents are questioning the bus driver’s lack of intervention.
Lillian’s mother, Lynn Waldron-Moehle, expressed her frustration at the bus driver’s failure to stop the attack, considering he was seated nearby. Lillian’s father, Chad Waldron, also expressed disbelief that the driver was unaware of the situation.
After arriving home, Lillian’s distress prompted her mother to discover the extent of her injuries. Lynn noticed over nine bite marks covering Lillian’s arm and shoulder. The school principal confirmed the brutal attack after reviewing surveillance footage.
The responsible pupil is reportedly no longer attending the same school as Lillian. The school district and bus company are investigating the incident and taking measures to prevent future occurrences. The incident has sparked concerns about the safety and well-being of special needs students during transportation.