Friday, March 24, 2006

Have Baby, Won't Travel

Caught the train — but where’s the baby?
By MICHAEL W. KAHN - Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — Commuters racing to catch the train typically forget things in the car — keys, wallets, briefcases. But a baby daughter?

“Dad forgot baby was in the car, parked the car, got on the Metro,” said Lucille Baur, a spokeswoman for the Montgomery County, Md., Police Department.

“I don’t know exactly when he got the memory flash, but he was in D.C. when it was the horrible defining moment, ‘Oh my goodness, I think I’ve left my child back in my car,”’ Baur said.

1 Comments:

Blogger - J - said...

There are plenty of stories about parents leaving kids in cars. I just did a quick search:

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I remember people magazine doing a feature on a couple where the father left the child in the car and the child died. If that ever happened to me I don't know if I'd be able to forgive myself of that.

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