PORT NECHES — A dramatic video of a school bus driver heading through floodwaters has parents in Port Neches-Groves asking questions.

It was widely shared on social media.

Someone recorded the PN-G ISD bus going through high water yesterday on 39th Street and Taft Avenue

Holly Landry has a daughter that attends the district. She believes the driver is at fault, but thinks disciplinary action may not be necessary.

12news happened to have a reporter covering flooding at this same intersection Wednesday afternoon.

He said 39th street was the only one under water. Landry thinks the driver could have easily found an alternate route.

"I think the driver should of just waited, just in case," said Landry.

Kyle Segura, the district's Transportation Director, told 12News "We are aware of the video and it has been addressed. We would rather not comment about our employee who drove the bus. I feel that the issue is being overblown."

Many parents feel it's not being blown up enough. There is no word from the district whether the bus driver will be punished.

The district's Transportation Director said if parents are ever concerned about an issue, they can contact his office.