In yet another case of missing children, a Milwaukee-based bus driver rescued a baby girl, who was found wandering alone on the side of a freeway overpass.
Ivic stopped her bus, ran across the street, picked up the crying child and carried him to the bus. After seeing the little boy walking down the sidewalk, Irena instantly sprung to his rescue while driving on her route on December 22.
Another passenger brought her jacket up to the front of the bus to help the boy warm up.
A passenger on the bus took off her winter coat and draped it around the little girl, who was cold to the touch. The video of the child running barefoot in below freezing temperatures has since gone viral. The girl was reunited with her father.
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Ivic said she was grateful she could keep the boy safe, MCTS said in a video about the incident.
"I absolutely love kids". Police said her mother left her outside, and might have been experiencing a mental health crisis. "I used to be a teacher and I have children of my own, so I'm so happy I was able to help this sweet, innocent baby", Ivic said.
In the footage, the baby can be seen running down the street when Irena Ivic who works with the Milwaukee County Transit System spotted him.
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