A baby had an accident in a bus and the driver changed his course to the hospital.

On Sunday the 8th, at the city ​​of Corrientes the solidarity act of a driver of line 108 A of ERSA. When Jose Antonio Gonzalez realized that a baby had an accident above the vehicle, he did not hesitate and changed course to a hospital.

“We were driving through Chacabuco and at the intersection by Ferré they rang the bell to get off and before parking they heard the cry of a baby. I got scared because I didn’t know what had happened, ”she recounted to radio two.

Although the vehicle was full, no one could say what had happened to the minor. She got into the crowd to see what was going on and realized that had suffered several burns with hot water.

Then, the group told: “I asked the passengers if with their permission we could take him to the Hospital. So I called the company telling them what I was going to do and I went to Juan Pablo II.”

A baby had an accident in a bus and the driver changed his course to the hospital. (Radio Two/)

Honking and waving handkerchiefs out the windows, driver and passengers requested and collaborated to open the way. Excited, González added: “That moment reminded me of a difficult family situation that we went through a while ago, my youngest son had two operations on his head, his crying was like when he entered the operating room”.

The aforementioned medium was then able to contact José Antonio with the baby’s mother. Melissa Feu, expressed: “Thanks to God and his quick action, my son is fine, he is better, he had a superficial burn. I have no words to thank him.” Then he addressed the driver directly: “Thanks to you it’s fine, that you did not think and took him to the hospital”.

A baby had an accident and the driver of ERSA line 108 A took him to the hospital.

A baby had an accident and the driver of ERSA line 108 A took him to the hospital. ((Illustrative image)/)

It had been the first time that Mauri, the little one, had an accident and his mother did not know what to do at the time. Fortunately, both González and the rest of the passengers helped her: “All the people helped me take off her clothes, there are no words to thank. Not know what to do, when it comes to children you don’t know how to act”, he finished.

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