USA bus driver rescues abandoned toddler wandering on street

Evarado Alatorre
Enero 14, 2019

Irena Ivic was driving on a freeway overpass when she spotted a barefoot toddler, Milwaukee County Transit System spokesman Matt Sliker said. It shows driver Irina Ivic stopping her bus and running towards the toddler, who is seen crying while aimlessly running on the sidewalk.

A female bus driver in the USA stopped her daily routine to pick up a passing 19-month-old toddler allegedly left outside in the cold all alone by her mother, camera footage revealed on Thursday.

As for Ivic, who moved from Serbia to Milwaukee 12 years ago, she said she was just doing what was right. "I am shaking", Ivic said in the video as she sat down in the driver's seat with the toddler.

Ivic brought the child back to the bus and waited for police.

Ivic said she was grateful she could keep the boy safe, MCTS said in a video about the incident.

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According to police, the child had been left outside by her mother, who may have been suffering from a mental health crisis.

Authorities eventually reunited the baby with her father.

"I absolutely love kids".

Milwaukee County bus driver Irena Ivic told WLS that she spotted the little girl, who is less than 1-year-old, running along the side of the overpass in only a onesie and a diaper just before 8 a.m. on December 22.

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