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Left bag on bus

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I am a high school student who has recently started using public transit.

After a particularly hectic day topped off by waiting 45 minutes in terrible weather, I finally boarded a bus to go home.

I dashed out of the bus, in a rush, and then realized I’d forgotten my bag. I watched in horror as the bus disappeared down the road, and I realized all my Christmas and birthday money, along with my house keys, several gift cards and some soccer cleats were on their way down Pembina Highway.

After a weekend of worry and a few too many phone calls to very patient 311 employees, I was assured that if it turned up, I would be notified Monday morning.

Come Monday, I was overjoyed when I received a call informing me my bag had been turned in.

I would like to sincerely thank the kind soul who took the time to return the bag to the transit lost and found. Thank you.

— Rebecca Kunzman

 

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