Woman who saved baby from boiling car tells D&D: ‘We had to get her out’
After a Lakewood woman allegedly left her 4-month-old child in a locked, sweltering car outside a Kohn's — where the baby was screaming and red, in obvious pain — for more than 40 minutes, two strangers worked together to save the crying baby.
They didn't hesitate. They didn't worry about how it would look. They grabbed a sledgehammer, broke through the front window and rescued the child. Those two strangers — to each other and to the child — were heroes, and may be the reason the baby's alive today.
Jeff Deminski and Bill Doyle were talking about what should happen to the mother when one of the strangers called in to give her perspective.
"I knew immediately — we had to get her out," Sara Mazzone of Howell told Jeff and Bill.
Sara doesn't have kids yet — but Jeff said he knows if she ever does, she'll be a great parent.
Unlike, if the allegations are true, Karen B. Gruen, who's facing child endangerment charges.
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