Right at 8:00 a.m. the school called and told me to hurry to the school house that my daughter was having trouble breathing. My wife and I jumped in the truck and speeded to the school. When we got there the EMT's were already there and had our daughter on oxygen. The sight of that Ambulance wracked our already frayed nerves. It turned out a older boy had pushed my daughter down the steps on the bus causing her to fall into the metal hump on the bottom step. It hurt her stomach and chest. It scared her and she started hyperventilating. It took us and the EMT's an hour to calm her. The "sub" driver was busy doing her nails and wasn't paying any attention to the students offloading from the bus. I can only imagine the chaos tomorrow when the other students will have to hear all about her "experience" with the EMT's. We are thankful that she protected her head and took the brunt on her belly and chest. It would have been better if it han't happened at all.