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4-Month-Old Baby Was Saved By A Retired Police Officer From Suffocating Inside a Car

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Never leave your kids alone inside a vehicle because it might turned dangerous. The young ones life might be danger without ventilation especially in a hot day. They might die of suffocation.

A brave retired cop, Steve Eckel, saved a four-month-old baby from suffocating inside a car which was over 120 degrees. The vehicle was parked in a Kohl’s department store in New Jersey.

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He himself had six children and he can feel the pain of it if one of his children were stuck in such situation. So, he decided to get the infant out of the situation with further consequences.

He saw the the infant wailing, sweating, and shaking with her eyes rolling back and alarmed the situation.

Luckily, Steve forgot to take out his sledgehammer from his trunk even after he cleared it from finishing a project at his house.

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Photo:tnp

He took out his sledgehammer and busted the window of the car the baby was in. The situation might get worse if Steve did not come to the rescue.

The child was left there for 40 minutes by the mother who went inside the store to buy stuffs. When the window of the car shattered she was alarmed and came immediately looking for her baby.

Police took care of the mother, charging her for endangering the welfare of the baby.

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Photo:tnp

Steve believes that the woman should pay for her irresponsibility with the child. He is very grateful that the baby was able to come out of the incident healthy. The former cop’s heroic act is seriously looked upon by people.

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