MILWAUKEE, Wis. (FOX 13) - On Christmas Eve, a Milwaukee pregnant woman, who was going into the labor, received help from complete strangers.
Tayette Currin, a Milwaukee bus driver, was in the middle of her route on the snowy day when she spotted a woman on the side of the road. It appeared she needed help, so Currin pulled over and opened the door.
The woman peered in and said, “I think I’m going into labor” and told Currin she was seven months pregnant.
In bus surveillance video, Currin is seen quickly getting out of her seat and helping the woman out of the cold and into the warm bus. She called 911, as fellow passengers kept her calm.
They stayed with the woman until Wauwatosa fire officials arrived. When it finally did, they helped the woman safely off the bus and into the arms of paramedics, who took her to the hospital.
There is no word yet on the condition of the woman or her child.