California Teacher's Aide Interviewed After Stopping Alleged Kidnapping

Sandra Ferguson helped keep an 11-year-old girl safe after spotting her in the truck of a stranger.
1:17 | 10/19/15

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This morning an eleven year old girl home with her family thanks to the quick thinking. Of a California teacher's aide Sandra Ferguson. Intel -- eight and you know I went to check things out. Ferguson was making her way to Sutter elementary school Friday morning. When she noticed something out of the ordinary. The student had gotten into that person's card I'd just got this little sick feeling and I spam may sensing something was wrong. Ferguson sprung into action actress and they are is that your dad and she tell me now that's when I said. That's not right in my car rivers. Watched it and I told her to get out. Police arresting 51 year old Santiago Salazar for kidnapping. Alleging that he followed the young girl as she walked to school. Luring you're overdue is vehicle and then pulling her by the wrist into his car. Part of being a good educator is following your get instinct and that's exactly what. Andrea did on Friday morning the eleven year old girl was not hurt her family thinking slender Ferguson. For stopping down alleged kidnapping and that's matters that she is safe. A Good Morning America arena nine an ABC news New York.

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