Bus Driver's Dramatic Rescue Of Milwaukee Child Is Captured On Video

Bus Driver's Dramatic Rescue Of Milwaukee Child Is Captured On Video

Bus Driver's Dramatic Rescue Of Milwaukee Child Is Captured On Video

The entire ordeal was caught on camera, and to say my heart is pounding in my chest is an understatement.

A Milwaukee bus driver went above the call of duty when she stopped to save an unlikely would-be passenger: a toddler. The child, wearing a red onesie and a diaper, was quickly walking to an intersection.

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Irena Ivic has seen a lot during her career as a Milwaukee County Transit System driver in Milwaukee, but she was shocked by what she witnessed about 8 a.m. December 22. She scooped up the boy and carried him to the bus. Irena ran to the child, held him and rushed back to her bus.

One passenger could be seen giving her coat to warm the child.

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Ivic said she wouldn't hesitate to help if she were in the same situation again. According to MCTS, this is the ninth such case in recent years where their drivers spotted lost children and alerted the cops.

Police eventually reunited the baby with his father. The boy or his parents' identities have not been released yet by authorities.

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The child's mother, who may have been suffering from a mental health crisis, left the helpless infant outside, the transit service said in a statement. It's just the latest example of hero bus drivers in the city of Milwaukee.

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