The parents of a Houston County 6-year-old who died in a school-bus accident have filed a wrongful-death complaint against the driver and Houston County schools.

Attorneys for Angelica Rose and Christopher Haynes filed the complaint Wednesday night in Houston County State Court.

Their complaint argues that bus driver Shalita Harris was reckless and negligent in the Jan. 30 accident that killed Arlana Haynes.

They also claim the school district is at fault for "hiring and retaining an unsafe driver."

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Last month, Warner Robins police charged Harris with vehicular homicide and reckless driving in Haynes' death.

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They say Harris was driving too fast when she failed to make a left turn on Forest Park Drive.

The bus flipped and rolled, ejecting Arlana, who was crushed under the vehicle.

She died early the next day at a Macon hospital.

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Her parents' complaint asks for damages for wrongful death and pain and suffering, in addition to at least $250,000 in punitive damages against Harris.

On Thursday, the family's lawyer, David Dozier, told 13WMAZ's Jacob Reynolds Thursday that they're just looking for justice for Arlana's family.

He said they expect other actions filed by families of the other children on the bus.

WMAZ called Houston County Schools twice. Those calls were not returned.