Unattended baby rescued by bus driver in the U.S.

A Milwaukee County bus driver picked up an unattended baby girl on a freeway overpass last month. Irena Ivic, who drives for the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS), saw the child wandering by herself near the intersection of 4th and Mitchell Street, in Wisconsin's largest city. A CCTV recording from the bus posted on MCTS website showed Ivic running towards the baby, before bringing her on board the bus. A passenger on the bus gave up her coat to keep the baby warm.

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RT 20 Jan 2019 11:43 CET

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