JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Action News was first to tell you about a local school bus driver with a checkered driving history.
Pamela Newman was behind the wheel when her school bus collided with a truck in February 2012.
The crash sent several students to the hospital.
One of the injured is now frightened by the sight of a school bus.
"I have to drive her 24 miles a day to take her to school and from school," said parent Jolene Carlton. "So it's rough and every time she sees a bus or is around a bus the anxiety just picks up. so it's scary for a 7-year-old."
Carlton sued the bus company and won a settlement.
Court documents Action News Ryan Smith uncovered paint a concerning picture for parents like Carlton.
Newman has racked up more than a dozen traffic violations spanning 15 years. Some of the violations include careless driving, running a red light, driving through a stop sign and even speeding through a school zone.
Police cited Newman just five days after the 2012 school bus crash for failing to yield on a left turn.
The Duval County School Disctrict tells me the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issues weekly updates alerting school districts to any new violations committed by drivers while operating a bus or personal vehicle.
But when we asked DCPS about Newman's history, a spokesperson stated, "the driver in question has been reviewed two times within this school year, (August and January), and the violations you specify are not consistent with the information provided to us by the Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles."
A spokesperson with the school district plans to review the information Action News uncovered this week.