A bus driver has been charged with careless driving over a crash that fatally pinned an 18-year-old woman against a wall in Brisbane’s city centre.

The horror crash unfolded during peak hour on 8 March when the bus mounted a kerb and pinned Tia Cameron against a wall in the CBD.

Cameron, an administration worker at the prestigious Brisbane Club, died at the scene.

Four bus passengers and the driver were assessed for minor injuries.

After a months-long investigation that included police shutting down several city streets to re-enact the crash, officers have charged the 70-year-old driver with one count of careless driving causing death.

The man will face Brisbane magistrates court on 26 June.

The Brisbane lord mayor, Adrian Schrinner, said after the incident that “Tia’s family deserves to know what happened”.