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CDA says no need to intervene in case of babies locked in car
2012-09-04 14:37:27 | (0 Comments)
The Child Development Agency (CDA) says so far it sees no need to intervene in the case of the babies, who were locked in a car at the Winchester Business Centre in Half Way Tree yesterday.
One of the children is removed from the car after a twenty-minute effort to open the door - Photo/Marcia Forbes via Twitter
Emergency personnel had to move quickly to rescue twins from a locked BMW parked in the sweltering heat.
This morning, Communications Manager at the CDA, Prudence Barnes told our newscentre that based on police reports the agency is satisfied it was an unfortunate accident.
She said the CDA has been told that the mother of the children requested help from emergency personnel, after she accidentally locked her keys and children in the vehicle.
Reports are that for about 20 minutes, passersby, fire personnel and the police tried to open the vehicle to free the children.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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