Two Wisconsin dogs escaped before being rescued by a bus driver on a cold winter's night

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    25 Dec, 2019 3:50pm 2 minutes to read

    A bus driver opened door and let her late-night passengers – a pit bull and Doberman pinscher – inside. Photo / CCTV footage
    Washington Post
    By: Michael Brice-Saddler

    Jamie Grabowski had just finished her bus route in Milwaukee on Dec. 18 when she noticed something peculiar around midnight: two dogs, seemingly unattended, darting in and out of the road.

    Cognizant of freezing temperatures in the area that night, Grabowski, a Milwaukee County Transit System driver, decided her trip back to the garage would have to wait. Surveillance video shows her bring the vehicle to a stop before calling out to the two dogs, who stayed closely attached to each other as she beckoned them closer.

    “Hey, you two! You need to go home right now,” Grabowski is heard saying in the video. “C’mon, c’mon, c’mon inside!”

    Grabowski’s plea was successful. She opened the door and quickly guided her late-night passengers – a pit bull and Doberman pinscher – inside. The two pups explored the bus cabin while Grabowski called authorities and explained her predicament.

    More:
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=12296588

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