A MOTHER says a bus driver deliberately drove into her and her young daughter as she walked across a `green man' crossing.
Sarah Lodge, who is 21, says the driver of the Stagecoach bus yelled that she was not fit to be a mother after hitting the pair and another woman at the corner of High Street and Market Street in Huddersfield town centre.
Sarah complained to the police and an investigation is under way.
She said that when she first told the bus company what had happened she was told there would be a full internal investigation and they would get back to her.
But she has heard nothing since and phoned up twice more to try to find out what was happening.
Also, she has seen the driver back behind the wheel.
Sarah, of Grange Moor, was pushing two-year-old daughter Trinity when the incident happened at 11.50am on April 28.
She said: "The bus was already halfway across the crossing and had stopped because there was another bus stopped in front.
"I was sure the green man was displayed on the crossing and the woman in front had set off, so I followed.
"The driver looked right at me and then the bus veered forward.
"It hit the other woman, then Trinity and then me.
"The bus in front of him was still stopped, so there was nowhere for him to go.
"When I got to the other side of the crossing he shouted that I wasn't fit to be a mother and drove off."
The other woman was shocked, but told Sarah she was in a hurry and had to go.
Trinity suffered a bruised knee and Sarah had a slight hand injury.
Stagecoach commercial manager Mike Power said: "The matter is being dealt with by our accident investigation team."