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Girl with special needs bitten several times by student on school bus

Posted at 2:37 PM, May 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-09 15:17:26-04

GREEN BAY, Wis. — A girl with a development disability was bitten over nine times by a student on her school bus.

The girl's mother, Lynn Waldron, says her daughter, Lillian, is developmentally delayed and cannot speak, so she signs to communicate.

In a Facebook post, Waldron said Lillian came home from school on Monday, whining and holding her arm.

"She was very agitated and not calming down so I thought a nice warm bath would help her," Waldron wrote in a post on Facebook.

When Waldron took off Lillian's shirt, that's when she saw the horrific injuries.

"Over 9 bite marks all bruised covering her upper arm and shoulder. She was crying and holding her arm still. I took pictures, checked in her backpack, phoned my mom, called the police and I took her to the hospital. No child deserves this," Waldron added on Facebook.