The organizations received an urgent call on Wednesday from a parent that their baby accidentally got locked in the car, after the keys dropped while they were strapping them into the car seat and the car automatically locked.
Doesn’t this so called organization have “hundreds” of volunteers? Surly someone from these hundred must have a lockout kid and surly with such an urgent emergency that person would have made himself available.
Despite the heat and the situation, FDNY still could not understand why it was necessary to endanger the child by smashing the window, when someone with a lockout kid could have opened that door within two minutes or less.
I have seen several times scenes of children locked in [hot] cars and homes and I have seen what happens when experienced, professional volunteers show up to the scene. I’ll tell you this, there isn’t any smashing and damage. You want damage? My 2 year old could also cause damage.
This event should be a lesson to all. Don’t call children to do a job meant for adults!
Thank you COLlive.com for teaching us this lesson.
Exit Question: This “Jewish assistance organizations, Crown Heights Shmira patrol” (New name? Re-branding?). Where have they been these past 12 months and the 12 months before and before etc…etc…?
Oh wait, it’s Tishri time, they only come out for show and tell every Tishri.