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As a mother, you will agree that a hungry baby is definitely an emergency situation.
Fortunately, a mother in Utah, the local police department stepped in and helped her out when she called 911 around 2 a.m. to let them know that they have had no food for her baby. The wife’s out of town, and none of its neighbors are answering their phones, and the police were able to save the day (or early morning).
Shannon, the Bird spoke to Fox 6 about the situation, saying, “I’ve never been a food for my new born baby. It was very scary for me.”
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A recording of the 911 call, the Bird tells the dispatcher that she tried to call her neighbor, but no one answered. The mother-of-five explained that her husband was out of town, and she wasn’t able to breast feed your baby at the time.
According to the outlet, the Bird is what tells the dispatcher, “This is my fifth child and this has never happened.”
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Officer Brett Wagstaff responded to the call, picking up a gallon of milk on his way to Bird’s home. When he arrived, however, he saw that the child was too young for regular milk. He was in the milk, with the Bird, and soon we made our way to a Walmart near you.
Wagstaff, himself a father of, soon to return with the correct formula, and it refused to charge on the Go.
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“Most of us, we have to work in order to help people, and this is an example of how to help a mother in need,” Officer Dave Ventrano told Fox 6. “This is mother, this is not a priority for her. It’s all about ” to protect and to serve.” This is a part of the service. We are here to serve the public.”