Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

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

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

A Wisconsin bus driver is being hailed as a hero after she rescued a toddler she had spotted wandering barefoot in sub-zero temperatures.

Ivic stopped the bus and ran out to scoop up the toddler, as seen in a video released by the transit system.

Irena Ivic spotted the toddler while driving on a highway overpass.

A female bus driver in the US 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.

The video later shows Ivic stopping her bus, running across the street, picking up the crying child and carrying her to the bus.

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As for Ivic, who moved from Serbia to Milwaukee 12 years ago, she said she was just doing what was right.

She alerted the police and as she waited for them to arrive, a passenger removed her jacket and gave it to the child to keep him warm.

The boy fell asleep in Ivic's arms, MCTS said. The girl was reunited with her father.

"I absolutely love kids".

This is the ninth time a lost or missing child has been found by a Milwaukee County Transit System driver in recent years, according to the statement. Police said her mother left her outside, and might have been experiencing a mental health crisis.

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