Bus Driver Helps Reunite Lost Dogs With Owners In Milwaukee, bus driver Jamie Grabowski found two lost dogs and took them onto her bus.
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Bus Driver Helps Reunite Lost Dogs With Owners

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Bus Driver Helps Reunite Lost Dogs With Owners

Bus Driver Helps Reunite Lost Dogs With Owners

Bus Driver Helps Reunite Lost Dogs With Owners

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In Milwaukee, bus driver Jamie Grabowski found two lost dogs and took them onto her bus.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. 'Twas just nights before Christmas, and in Milwaukee, the streets were empty except for two stray dogs - also, bus driver Jamie Grabowski, who was finishing up her shift. She saw the dogs.

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JAMIE GRABOWSKI: Hey, you two - you need to go home right now.

KING: And in a video posted by the Milwaukee County Transit System, she brought them onto her warm bus. The dogs, both runaways, were reunited with their owners in time for Christmas.

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