Dad Forgets Baby In His Car, Calls 911 From Train To Work

An anonymous dad was on the train on his way to work when he realized had left his 1-year-old daughter, who was asleep, in the back of his SUV after parking it at North Quincy Station in Massachusetts.

“The baby had fallen asleep in the child seat, and I went into auto pilot,” he told ABC News.

Upon realizing his mistake, he switched trains to head back to his car, and called 911 for faster help.

“I left my 1-year-old baby in my SUV by accident this morning,” the father said to a 911 dispatcher. “I am on my way back to the station now.”

Quincy police, MTBA police and EMTs responded to the scene and found the baby safe in the car. The 1-year-old girl had been inside for about 35 minutes.

“I had what I thought was a safe-guard procedure against this in place that I neglected to use today. Obviously, we will be doing more to prevent this going forward. I’d like to thank the Quincy and transit police departments as well as the responding EMTs for taking good care of my little one while I rushed back,” he said in a statement forwarded to ABC News.

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