A 10-year-old student at Staten Island’s PS 23 was fatally injured when she was hit by a School District 21 bus in Brooklyn on Monday morning. The family of Mayra Quezada, identified as the child, is grieving the loss of their loved one, according to the New York Post. She was taken to Jamaica Hospital where she was pronounced dead. The driver of the bus was later charged with vehicular manslaughter and failing to yield. Police said that a red light was in operation while the driver turned left, hitting Mayra, according to NBC 4 New York. “I don’t know how she died, I don’t know how,” Mayra’s sister, Aysen, told NBC 4 News. “All I know is my brother, he cried a lot because she died in front of the house, in front of the car.” Mayra was a freshman at the Staten Island Intermediate School District 23. The family remembered Mayra as a “smart girl who was nice to everybody.” The incident, which is still under investigation, left four students injured and three others with minor injuries. In 2016, four students at PS 8 in East New York were injured by an allegedly speeding School District 21 bus that had broken down. One of the injured students, Joshua Bolliger, was killed. In an unrelated incident last summer, two students at P.S. 107 on the Upper West Side were critically injured when a School District 21 bus ran a red light and hit them.