UTA to honor FrontRunner driver who saved the life of child with autism | fox13now.com

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) announced Tuesday it will honor a FrontRunner train operator who saved the life of a boy with autism.Francis Rendon, using both experience and intuition, located a shivering, eight-year-old autistic boy underneath his train one night, recognized that he had a disability, and safely returned the child to his mother and police.

Source: UTA to honor FrontRunner driver who saved the life of child with autism | fox13now.com

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