MCTS driver finds lost 2-year-old girl in busy street
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Aug 15, 2018 10:50 AM CDT
’Jazz in the Park’ summer music series returning to Milwaukee
Local financial professional discusses the link between wealth...
Google expert shares May’s hottest online search trends
First rain chance in nearly two weeks arrives today
CBS 58’s One Good Thing: Pewaukee food pantry
Gov. Evers pushes for funding for infrastructure improvements
’It’s been a challenging spring’: Dry spell causing concerns...
Milwaukee baker starts from scratch after car stolen with baking...
’I feel accomplished’: High school students graduate from...
’All hell broke loose’: Racer on the mend after fiery crash...
Group of mothers plan drive-thru memorial for Milwaukee gun violence...
Wisconsin summer safety: How to avoid hot car deaths
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee County Transit System driver in the right place at the right time helps reunite a toddler with her family.
On the morning of Saturday, August 11, MCTS driver Diana Serrano spotted a 2-year-old girl walking alone on Lapham Boulevard near I-43. A driver also stopped to help the little girl who had wandered away from home while her family was asleep.
Serrano kept the little girl on the bus, showing her pictures of puppies until the little girl's mother and police arrived.
MCTS says this is the eighth lost or missing child that MCTS drivers have found in less than two years.