As a truck driven by a lunatic Islamist crushed to death at least 84 people in the southern city of Nice in France, a sliver of good news emerged from the chaos.
An eight-month-old baby was lost in the confusion that shattered the Bastille Day celebrations.
He was in a blue stroller when the incident happened. As people ran helter-skelter, the baby was separated from his dear ones.
Tiava Banner, who is not the mother of the child but perhaps a family member, did not panic. She immediately sent out an appeal Facebook requesting any information on the baby.
And that became viral.
Soon, someone was able to locate the baby and reunite him with Tiava.
According to reports, the baby was found by a young woman who took him home. It was when she saw the post containing an image of the baby that she contacted Tiava.