GALESBURG, Mich. (WOOD) - A Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools bus supervisor accused of shoving a student against a bus window has declined to tell her side of the story.
Heidi Mullin recently came under fire after a student captured cellphone video of the supervisor slamming a 7-year-old student up against a window. The video has since been removed from YouTube.
Mullin was terminated from her job last week. Police are investigating the incident.
24 Hour News 8 went to Mullin's home Tuesday, but she declined to comment and drove away.
Meanwhile, Galesburg-Augusta Superintendent Tim Vagts told 24 Hour News 8 Tuesday that the district does not keep a list of the bus drivers employed by the private bus company it contract with.
== Watch the video report filed by 24 Hour News 8's Leon Hendrix above ==
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