Mom Leaves Toddler Alone In A Car And He Drives Away
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
auto accident was caused after a toddler was left alone in a running vehicle at an Illinois
gas station. According to police, a mother left her two children in her
SUV while she ran into a Hucks gas station on Highway 50 in Fairview Heights,
Illinois. The 2-year-old and 10-month-old were left inside the SUV while
the engine was running. The 2-year-old got in the driver’s seat
and put the car in reverse. The car reversed into the middle of Highway
50. The SUV was locked, and the mother was unable to open the vehicle
as it continued out of control on the highway. A man used his vehicle
to stop the SUV and just might have saved the children’s lives.
Luckily, the two small children were not injured. However, damage was caused.
Police charged the mother with child endangerment, and she is summoned
to appear in court. The mother claims she learned her lesson and will
never leave her children in the car alone. This is the second serious
incident this week where a mother did not have her children in proper
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