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Students claim bus attendant, cop assaulted them at Chartiers Valley Middle School

| Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, 11:00 a.m.
The Chartiers Valley School District's middle/high school building shown here on Dec. 11, 2015.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
The Chartiers Valley School District's middle/high school building shown here on Dec. 11, 2015.

An employee was suspended after a family claimed two boys were assaulted during a school bus drill at Chartiers Valley Middle School in Bridgeville, WPXI reported Friday.

Kenneth McCabe told WPXI a school district bus attendant and Collier police officer roughed up his sons , KiShaun and VaShaun Walls.

The report does not indicate what employee was suspended.

McCabe told WPXI that KiShaun was slammed to the bus steps and to the ground, and VaShaun was handcuffed. The incident started when McCabe's youngest son, Reese, got off the bus and the attendant didn't like it, McCabe said. He told WPXI his sons defended themselves but felt the adults were in the wrong.

One son reported feeling concussed and the other had a wrist injury, WPXI reported.

Chartiers Valley School District released the following statement to WPXI: "The proper authorities were immediately notified and began an investigation. The district is conducting an investigating as well and will take appropriate action once the investigations are completed."

The Tribune-Review could not reach the school district or the police department Saturday morning.

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