A lost 5-year-old rings a stranger’s doorbell to ask for assistance in finding his mother.

The start of the school year is accompanied by a variety of emotions, including excitement, worry, and anxiety.

In brand-new classrooms, students are guided by a brand-new teacher while they learn brand-new, difficult content.

The beginning of the new academic year, however, doesn’t just increase the anxiety of students. Nothing is

more important to parents than the success and safety of their children.The incident involving Kelly Mulholland and her 5-year-old kid is so terrifying because of this.

After his first day of kindergarten, Kelly’s 5-year-old son was dropped off at the incorrect bus stop,

as shown in a YouTube video. Her youngster was not to be found when she went to the bus stop to pick him up.

The small boy was seen crying and pleading with someone to help him ‘find my mommy’ as he rang a doorbell in a frantic bid to find his mother.

In the video, Kelly described the event as ‘literally her worst nightmare.’

Kelly was informed by a different passenger on the bus that her kid had exited at the stop before to that one.

Fortunately, Kelly discovered her son and a second young girl about a half mile away.
Finally, someone was home, Kelly said. ‘They knocked on the door, and the lady let them in.’

To make matters worse, it was a scorching 105 degrees that day when Kelly’s son got off at the wrong stop, putting her into a tailspin.

According to Inside Edition, Kelly’s youngster now has two Apple AirTags to track his location: one in his bag and one on his wrist.

The source says that printouts describing which pupils disembark at which stops have been handed to the school district’s bus drivers.

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