Irena Ivic, the bus driver, spotted the baby on a Milwaukee street at around 8 a.m. on December 22. Ivic-Drobnjak stops her bus and jumps out, stops traffic and runs toward the crying boy who seems to know she's coming for him; he stops and looks toward her. By the time firefighters and police officers arrived, the girl, who was less than a year old. had fallen asleep in Ivic's arms.
Ivic then brings the baby aboard the bus, where another passenger lends the baby a jacket. She scooped the baby up in her arms and ran back to the bus. Transit video shows the boy toddling down the overpass.
A passenger on the bus took off her winter coat and draped it around the baby girl, who was cold to the touch.
"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.
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The girl has now been reunited with her father.
"Oh my god, oh my god", she said.
Ivic, who will be honored Thursday by Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, spotted a boy alone on a freeway overpass near 4th and Mitchell. Abele called her actions "humanity at its best".
She said she was just glad she could keep him safe.
This is the ninth lost or missing child to be found by bus drivers in recent years, according to MCTS.