The girl, who was wearing a onesie, was seen in Rochford, Essex, by the cabbies, who console her before police showed up.
She revealed to them she was going to attend and meet her grandparents. Such a love by a 4-year-old to her grandparents.
One of the three confused drivers had a 24-year-old woman traveler who got out and addressed the young girl to make her calm.
What’s more, she was kept inside the taxi until officials arrived on the morning of Saturday.
Police took her home and alluded and referred the event to social administrations – yet said no wrongdoing had been submitted and she was safely dropped off to her home.
Cabbie John Busuttil detected the young girl on his route home from work.
The father-of-three, from stated: “She was pushing a toy pram and wearing a dark-colored textured onesie, and I thought ‘there must be an adult with her’.
“At the point when I saw there wasn’t, I stopped and returned, and another taxi landed simultaneously.
I bent down and spoke to her ‘dear, where are you off to?’ and she said ‘to meet my lovely grandma’.
“At that point, I told where’s your mummy and she replied ‘she’s at home relaxing and sleeping’.”
“At the point when the police, at last, showed up and set off to locate her home, we pursued behind until she was safely dropped to her home, and afterward I took my passenger home.”
Taxis chief Stephen Noakes stated he was “incredibly happy and proud” of his three drivers.
He stated: “We might furthermore want to thank the youngster who was in one of our cabs, for her assistance and might want to offer her a free journey on the off chance that she gets in touch with me or contacts me.”
“We are out on the streets every day and night and on the off chance that we can help one kid in trouble, we will be happy and pleased.