Tampa, Florida -- The Hillsborough County School District is expected to vote on whether to settle with the family of a special needs child who died on a school bus.
On January 25, 2012, Isabella Herrera's mother Lisa boarded her 7-year-old daughter's school bus to find the child lifeless.
Ultimately, it was Lisa -- not the bus aide or driver -- who called 911 for help. On the school bus' surveillance video, Lisa can be heard crying out to 911, "I need an ambulance, my daughter is not breathing! She's blue!"
Her parents said Isabella suffered from a neurological disorder and on the school bus ride home from Sessums Elementary. The child's wheelchair was not tilted back -- as required -- and it caused her head to bob back and forth.
Isabella died the following day.
Her family filed a lawsuit against the school board for negligence. They want the district to pay them $800,000 in a settlement.
The decision will be made at today's school board meeting at 3 p.m.
Raw footage of Isabella Herrera's bus ride:
A federal law suit has been filed in US District Court against the Hillsborough School District over the circumstance surrounding the death of a 7-year-old girl with special needs.