Lyle Silbernagle of Minnesota spots the boy alone at a street corner wearing only a diaper. He wraps the boy in his coat, brings him into the van and turns on the heat, and calls police.
As this week's cold snap impacts many parts of the U.S., pupil transportation staff are working to ensure buses start on time and are ready for students to board.
Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
With many areas of the country already experiencing snow and ice, which can mean dangerous driving conditions, First Student is offering some winter driving safety tips.
Septran employees create school bus-shaped donation boxes and drop them off at every school in the community to collect winter clothing for those in need.
Driver safety training provider Smith System introduces "Driving Weather," which offers steps drivers can take to adapt their driving habits during adverse weather conditions.
Trac-Grabber wins a bid to supply tire traction grips for more than 16,000 school buses that serve the New York City Department of Education.
A $30,000 grant funds installation of Idle Free Heat technology on Granite School District buses.
With temperatures as low as minus 30, Howard-Winneshiek CSD says its propane buses warm up in a few minutes.
A new 1,200-gallon diesel exhaust fluid system enables Maconaquah School Corp. to improve access for drivers while saving money on the fluid by buying in bulk.
Diesel Monster Anti-Gel has been formulated to protect against waxing and gelling, and to eliminate water to provide protection in cold weather.
Saint Paul Public Schools and the city's mayor apologize for school bus delays that left hundreds of students stranded for several hours.
The Massachusetts school bus is shown on video sliding backward, hitting a mailbox, and coming to rest after hitting a car. No one was hurt.