Milwaukee bus drivers rescue 2 children within hours

Cressida Neal brought a toddler walking alone and barefoot onto her bus, and a few hours later Cecilia Nation-Gardner rescued a girl walking alone in her pajamas.
2:20 | 07/31/19

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Now to two Milwaukee bus drivers in the right place at the right time. They are being hailed as heroes this morning after spotting small children who were lost and then reuniting them with their loved ones. Now we are hearing from those drivers. Will reeve is here with more. Good morning, will. Reporter: Good morning, Cecilia. Not only were these two cases of right place, right time, these incidents happened within hours of each other and today those two bus drivers are heroes and saviors to two grateful families. You're watching new video showing the dramatic moment a lost child in Milwaukee was rescued. Where you coming from? Come here. Reporter: Cressida Neal was driving before dawn when she spotted a toddler walking down the sidewalk alone and barefoot earlier this month. Neal bringing the frightened boy onto the bus. Are you okay? Give me a hug. Oh, it's okay. I seen this little guy walking down the street crying and my mother instincts just kicked in right away. Reporter: The driver comforting the child who police say was spending the night with his grandmother when he apparently wandered out of her home. Neal grateful. I knew he needed help so I just -- I called him on board the bus and I tried to help him as best I could. And I thank god that I was in that place at that time to help him. Reporter: Just six hours later another bus driver in the right place at the right time making her own rescue too. I'm not trying to be a hero. I'm just a driver that love her Reporter: Cecelia nation-gardner spots a young girl wandering along the road in her pajamas. Walking with a blanket saying she was going with her mom is. Reporter: Her mom in Georgia nearly a thousand miles away. When I asked her where her mom was she said Georgia. I was like, okay, baby, come here. Reporter: Thank to Gardner the girl was safely reunited with her family. For Cecelia nation-gardner, this isn't the first time she's been a good samaritan for children while on the job. Back in may she rescued a little boy who was running through traffic when he wandered away from school. Thank goodness for them. Exactly. Thank you, will.

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