Some people probably just shouldn’t be parents. Luckily, this turned out to just be an awful mishap involving the car's keys.
After one horrible father left his child in the car, in the hot summer sun for seven hours, people everywhere are on high alert for any other kids who may tragically meet that same fate.
So, a group of people in Katy, Texas saw some kids crying in the car that their mother had left them in while she got her hair done (read the update on this BELOW). They started breaking the windows to try and rescue the little kids.
You have to see this story (above) because this won’t be the only time you hear about something like this. In places like Tennessee, it is now legal to break into a car where a child seems to be in distress because they were left locked inside!
KHOU & their original report has now been updated, and needless to say… their report wasn't quite right.
In fact, it sounds like it was ALL WRONG!
We wondered why nobody would call the cops!
Apparently the mother had accidentally locked her keys in the car, screaming for someone to help. That's when bystanders stepped in to smash the window.
Regardless of the misinformation, these fellow shoppers ARE still heroes! Luckily it's being reported that at the end of the video (above), it's actually the mother climbing over the broken glass to get to her kiddos.
This just goes to show that while you might be filming something fantastic to send to the local news, you should probably be helping out instead — or at least finding out what's actually happening before sending it off. We hope everyone knows now that this was an accident, and that the outcome was as good as it could get!
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