Updated 04/12/2012 11:40 PM
Driver Arrested After Toddler Is Stranded On Queens School Bus
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A two-year-old girl was left stranded on a school bus in Corona, Queens on Thursday morning.
A 911 call from a Consolidated Edison worker in the area alerted police to the girl, left alone on a private school bus parked on Christie Avenue.
The child, who was headed to Kathys Day Care Center, was found to be in good physical condition and was reunited with her mother.
The bus driver, Ana Garcia, was arrested when she returned to the bus and was later arraigned.
She was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and released without bail.
Garcia lives near the site of where she parked the school bus.
She was described by neighbors as a "cheerful woman," a mother of four children and a grandmother.