Milwaukee bus driver rescues wandering toddler on freeway overpass

A dramatic video captures the moment a Wisconsin bus driver spotted a baby girl wandering barefoot and alone on the side of a freeway overpass last month, a shocking scene that prompted the driver to take action.

The child, who was less than 1-year-old, was barefoot and wearing a onesie and diaper, according to MCTS. Another security camera captured her reaction in the driver's seat.

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

Ivic then brings the baby aboard the bus, where another passenger lends the baby a jacket.

Milwaukee County Transit System officials say just before 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 22, bus driver Irena Ivic spotted the toddler wandering alone on a freeway overpass near 4th and Mitchell in frigid tempatures.

The baby girl was unharmed.

Police said the girl had been left outside by her mother, who is thought to be suffering from a mental health crisis.

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"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.

The parents were eventually reunited with the child and no charges have been filed.

"She did a lot more than her job".

In the video, Ivic, a mother of two, can be heard saying, "I'm shaken".

She said she was just glad she could keep him safe.

This was the ninth lost or missing child found by MCTS drivers in recent years.

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