Delaware State Police arrested a school bus driver Tuesday and charged him with multiple counts of reckless endangerment and vehicular assault.
What are the details?
Authorities report that "10 of the parents whose child did not sustain injury declined prosecution in lieu of disciplinary action by the school."
What was the driver charged with?
Police took Lawson into custody and charged him with nine counts of second-degree reckless endangerment and 11 counts of third-degree vehicular assault.
Lawson was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court and later released upon his own recognizance.
Indian River School District spokesman David Maull said the district informed parents of the incident on the same day it took place, according to Delaware Online. Maull also encouraged parents to take their children to the emergency room for examination "if they had any concerns about injuries that may have been sustained."
Maull added that the authorities were immediately informed of Lawson's actions.