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A state trooper saved the day for a 3-year-old boy whose favorite toy is “booboo” and flew out of his hand and onto the Ohio Turnpike, causing him to cry out.
Ohio Trooper Alex Schlottag found a “booboo” on Sunday, and together with the toys with the young boy by the name you are Looking for — much to the appreciation of the mother of the boy who wrote about what happened on Facebook.
“So, like, you know, my son, you know the one, he has to have his booboo all the time, even on our way home from Michigan, and he decided to take booboo out of the window and it goes 77 miles per hour on the Ohio turnpike, and the next thing I knew, he was screaming,” mommy, my booboo!'” Leah asked a specific question about them.
Camden was all smiles after the Ohio Trooper Alex Schlottag are found to be “booboo” on Sunday, and then turned back to him.
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HOTEL, UNITED, GIRL, 10, WITH THE STUFFED ANIMAL SHE LEFT BEHIND ON A VACATION
She told me that she knew that she couldn’t turn around, so she started to back up along the side of the road. They didn’t last a long time before Schlottag with his lights on.
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“The officer came to the window and asks if everything is okay and if I was to tell him what had happened and was in tears as he takes my phone, tells me to continue on my journey, and that he will double back to see if he could find one, booboo, and would call me either way,” Sharkey wrote.
After about 30 minutes, she got a phone call from the troopers saying that he was the toys, and where to find him, WTVG Monday, it has been reported.
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“THANK YOU so much TO the agent, ALEX SCHLOTTAG OF THE OHIO STATE PATROL, you don’t have any idea how much it meant to him, and me, and we will never forget this,” Sharkey wrote.
The Ohio State Police have posted a picture of Camden with Schlottag on its Facebook page on Monday.