Bus driver reunited with Jarrow schoolgirl whose bus fare he paid for after she lost her purse
Youngster Abigail Brunton has been reunited with her Good Samaritan after a online thankyou went viral.
Ken Waterson, a Go North East bus driver, generously paid for distraught Abigail Brunton’s bus ticket after she lost her purse heading to school.
The 11-year-old, from Jarrow, was in state after boarding the Number 9 bus at Hedworth to Jarrow and realising she had lost her purse and had no money.
Abigail’s mother Jay Lodge, 31, said: “She rang me and she was so upset I thought something tragic happened.
“She went to get the bus to school in the morning and needed some change so she went... read more
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