NEW YORK - A toddler who was found alone at an intersection in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx late Monday night was reunited with his parents Tuesday.
Details surrounding the reunification were not immediately known.
Cops said they received a 911 call Monday at 11 p.m. about a child found at Randall Avenue and Olmstead Avenue.
A 29-year-old man spotted the boy and waited with the child until the police arrived.
The toddler was believed to be approximately two years old. He did not speak but appeared to be in good health.
He was taken to Jacobi Hospital for evaluation.
Police were looking closely at a bracelet the boy was wearing on his left wrist. It had the name Azrael written on it.