This case involves a child being injured while exiting a school bus. The plaintiff, a nine-year-old female, lived in a looped development, which had one entrance/exit for automobiles. School policy stated that all children were to be let off in front of, or as close as possible to, their home. The bus driver, however, chose to let the child off in front of the entrance to the loop and not in front of the plaintiff’s home. Despite being an active roadway, the child was let off the bus, and while attempting to walk to the sidewalk, the child was struck by a vehicle. She sustained a concussion, a broken leg, and three cracked ribs.