While it seems like many people go about their day focused only on themselves, the world is actually full of kind-hearted individuals that will go out of their way to help others.Some strangers perform simple acts of kindness like holding open doors. On the other hand, there are people who will spring into action when something’s not right – just like one bus driver did on a frigid morning.It all started when she spotted two very small children outside with no adult around.
Nicole Chamberlain, a bus driver from Wisconsin, shared with WISN details of how she helped two kids wandering along the road.It happened on a cold Monday morning. It was 18 degrees out, with snow on the ground, when Nicole spotted a toddler and her older brother walking outside. It turned out to be a two-year-old girl and her six-year-old brother.“The little girl only had on a t-shirt and diaper and neither of them had a coat on,” Nicole Chamberlain said.
“They were headed toward 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.”It was a good thing she was there to make sure nothing worse happened to the two.Moreover, it was also in good timing that no one with bad intentions was around to takeadvantage of the children’s vulnerability.
Nicole shouted “whoa” when she spotted the two children. She then hit the brakes and pulled over to the side of the road.It was obvious something wasn’t right.The bus driver stepped out of the bus and asked the children what they were doing out on such a frigid morning. The kids replied by saying they were looking for their grandmother.
Watch the video below to see footage of Nicole jumping into action to help the siblings.Please SHARE with your friends and family.
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