Genielle Laboriel, 21, was on her skateboard on Melrose Avenue when she was hit by the mini school bus that was making a right turn onto 160th Street, police said.
The students had just been dismissed from Choir Academy of Harlem on Monday afternoon when police said gunfire erupted on East 127th Street.
No one was injured Monday when gunfire struck a school bus in Harlem.
A 10-year-old girl told school officials in Queens that a man tried to sexually assault her as she headed to school Monday morning.
The NTSB was meeting Tuesday to consider a report on the probable cause of a February 2012 accident near Chesterfield, N.J., in which a dump truck slammed into the rear left side of a school bus.
A total of seven people were injured Monday afternoon when a school bus collided with a pickup truck in Old Tappan, N.J.
Frederick Flowers of Massapequa Park had pleaded guilty to drunk driving and other charges in connection with the Oct. 4, 2012 incident.
It was a school bus shocker in Manhattan. A special needs student was locked on his bus for hours. By the time he was found, he was so cold, school officials called 911.
A Brooklyn mother was demanding answers and action Tuesday, after her disabled 13-year-old daughter was pushed off a moving school bus.
Police said 44-year-old Robert Slavonik was pulling out of a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot when his Dodge pickup truck struck the school bus.
Regular bus schedules resumed on all 7,700 routes Wednesday morning. Around 5,000 of those routes and 152,000 students were affected by the strike.
Local 1181 President Michael Cordiello said in no way is the suspension of the strike a sign of his side giving up its fight.
Lawyers for the board issued a memorandum rejecting a complaint brought by a group of 20 private bus companies who argued the strike was illegal.
Michael Cordiello of Local 1181 of the Amalgamated Transit Union said the union had requested a “cooling off” period of up to three months if the city was willing suspend the opening of the special education bid and come to the table.
Dozens of buses rolled out Tuesday on Staten Island amid jeers, boos and shouts of “scab” from striking school bus drivers and matrons.