Passerby sees this baby in a car with the windows up, he calls 911, police & ambulance respond and get a surprise ending
HOBOKEN, New Jersey (WABC) -- After receiving numerous reports of a baby left inside of a locked vehicle alone, EMT's in Hoboken, N.J., broke the drivers side window of the car to rescue the apparently lifeless looking child.
After gaining entry to the car they discovered there was a reason the baby is the car seat was lifeless.
That's because it is a doll named Todd. It belong to the granddaughter of Kitty Mieles, the owner of the car.
But at quick glance, Todd appears to be an infant in distress in a hot car and that's what authorities saw when Kitty's brother used the SUV to visit friends.
"When he came out, there were the cops and the ambulance and they broke the window thinking that there was a baby in there, but it wasn't a baby, it was a doll," said Kitty Mieles, a grandmother.
Kitty says her 2-year-old granddaughter left Todd perched in the car seat. A passerby saw Todd and called 911 about a child in distress.
Very easy to see why they thought this was a real baby.
Watch the WABC report-