Bus driver, John Moody, is under fire for what occurred in the video above.
A 13-year-old boy has two black eyes and broken arm and a bus driver is under fire after three 15-year-olds attacked the teen.
The trio says they went after the 13-year-old because he told administrators they tried to sell him drugs.
As the assault takes place the 64-year-old bus driver pleads with the boys to stop but does not physically step in to stop the altercation.
As the boy is pummeled, the bus driver John Moody yells at the assailants to leave the boy alone.
He also asks dispatchers to send help.
“You gotta get somebody here quick, quick, quick, quick,” he says. “They’re about to beat this boy to death over here.”
“Please get somebody here quick. There’s still doing it,” he adds. “There’s nothing I can do.”
Moody, 64, says he was too afraid to step in.
“The three boys just jumped on him and started pounding on him. And I did all can,” he told CNN affiliate WFLA. “I was looking. It was like I was in shock. I was petrified.
Now some say the Florida bus driver’s pleas were not enough and that he should have stepped in.
Chime in: Do you think he should have stepped in?
Or considering his age and fear for his own safety it was okay for him not to intervene?
What can be done to ensure violence like this doesn’t happen on school buses?