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Baby is left unattended in locked car by guardians; SCDF comes to the rescue

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A baby appears to have been left unattended in a locked car by its parents or guardians at an open-air carpark. Five helmet-clad Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) officers were seen by bystanders trying to open the door of the locked car to get to the baby, before the child’s guardians arrive at the scene.

Eyewitness Fizah Jamal’s uploaded a video of the rescue on Facebook:

Terjadi didepan mata baby ditinggalkan dlm kereta… sedangkan kedua org tuanya pergi ke kedai dan tinggalkan baby tu di dlm kereta… apa pun alasannya.. perbuatan ini amat menjengkelkan…memang harus perempuan India tu marah lu bro… baby sekecil itu tak kan tak kuat nak dukung… aku tak abis fikirlah korang tergamak tinggalkan baby tu…ishhhh…kering betul hati korang ni ya ???

Posted by Fizah Jamal on Sunday, 13 August 2017

 

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Fizah, who can be heard tut-tutting when the guardians removed the infant from the car, reported that an Indian woman had called the SCDF to the scene.

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