Transcript for Bus driver facing charges after sending boy flying into windshield
Next this Thursday night, the elementary school bus driver in Mesa, Arizona, now facing charges tonight, after what the driver can be seen doing on that bus. Here's ABC's Marci Gonzalez. Reporter: Tonight, this Arizona school bus driver facing charges after a ride that left the parents of the children onboard outraged. You better get your Down here and pick that up right now. Reporter: Police say 50-year-old Jamie Tellez became upset when a boy threw a piece of paper and missed the trash can. Tellez soon slamming the brakes. I'm going to Knock the Out of you. Reporter: This 11-year-old boy flying into the windshield, cracking it. The driver then throwing him towards the back of the bus. If you were behind this seat, then you wouldn't be flying around the bus, would you? You are the biggest pain in the , you know that? State your name and date of birth. Jamie Tellez, 12-8-68. Reporter: Tellez now facing charges that include child abuse and reckless driving. The boy who was thrown was injured but is okay. The driver was placed on leave. The school district calling the behavior inexcusable and recommending termination. David? Marci, thank you.
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