Transcript for Bus driver helps reunite family with 2 lost dogs
Finally tonight, not all heroes wear capes. And not all bus passengers bark. But these two do. Lucky to be alive tonight. A heartwarming tale from Milwaukee. "America strong." Meet boy and Nero, a pair not afraid of a little adventure, or a ride on a city bus. On a 20-degree night, just days before Christmas, they wandered miles away from home. We could not find them. We were panicked and scared. Reporter: Enter bus driver Jamie Grabowski, out on her usual route, when she spotted them running in and out of traffic. I couldn't leave them out there like that. If people can hit humans, what is a dog? Reporter: She knew she needed to act fast. Leading the dogs on to the bus, keeping them safe and warm inside. Come here. I'm going to get you home. Reporter: A police officer bringing the dogs to a shelter, where they were reunited with their family just in time for the holidays. I was so happy that someone took time to turn in the dogs and say I found the dogs. Reporter: That family joining the growing ranks of Milwaukee residents touched by the good deeds of their bus drivers. Earlier this year, a bus driver rescuing a baby girl wandering the streets. And Natalie Barnes, buying a passenger who had just lost his home dinner and finding him a shelter. Connected the community with more than rides, but big heart as well. I don't know what to say but thank you. You're welcome. We salute the drivers. The dogs are cute, too. Thanks so much for watching. I'm whit Johnson in New York. I'll see you on "Gma" first thing in the morning, and right back here tomorrow night. Have a great night.
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