Bus driver saves 2 children wandering alone in bitter cold

Nicole Chamberlain stopped to help the children, ages 2 and 6, wandering on a snow-filled road in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
1:54 | 11/13/19

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We turn to the bus driver in Wisconsin who saved the day and saw two children wandering around in bitter cold and snow and pulled over her bus to help and Paula Faris here with the good morning. Good morning. Those kids just 6 and 2. One of them wearing just a t-shirt and diaper in dangerously cold weather. The bus driver was in the right place at the right time. This is the moment that a Wisconsin bus driver notices something isn't right. Whoa. Watch as Nicole chamberlain realizeness realtime that two young children just 6 and 2 years old are not wearing proper clothing. They're walking down a snowy street in waukesha, Wisconsin, Monday morning alone. The temperature outside, just 18 degrees. Little kids are without any clothes on. Reporter: She pulls over and rushes them onto the warm bus. Nice and warm on the bus. Covering the 2-year-old's bare legs with her own jacket. Neither one had a coat on and they were headed towards a busy intersection and I knew there was no school bus stop down there or school so I knew right away I had to pull over and help them. I called them over and said what's going on. They said we're looking for grandma. Looking for your grandma? Yeah. We'll find her. Reporter: Chamberlain immediately calling police who then locate the grandmother who arrives within minutes. She says she was watching the kids and had gone into the basement. The kids apparently walking outside to look for her getting lost in the process. If that were to happen to my children I would hope there would be somebody, a decent human being that would stop and help my kids. Reporter: Police say it was accidental. They are not recommending any charges. The driver, Nicole chamberlain, says it was purely coincidental because she was on the road five minutes earlier for her pickup than usual. Had she left at her normal time she wouldn't have seen those sweet little angels. We know it wasn't a coincidence. Kids could be out the door like that. Nobody's fault. What is the rematch many

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