Baby Locked In Daycare
Published: July 31, 2015
Baby Locked In Daycare, A daycare center in Houston accidentally locked a baby inside after closing, and the boy’s frantic parents broke in to rescue the tot, the boy’s mom told ABC News, an incident for which the center reportedly later apologized.
Sharonda Ross, 30, said she was “in shock” to discover that her 10-month old son, Jordan, was alone inside Joann’s Day Care around 6:45 p.m. Monday.
“I was thinking this isn’t happening. I’m dreaming,” she told ABC News. “I’m going to wake up and it’s going to be a dream. I’m just at a loss for words.”
On Tuesday, the center apologized to a reporter for ABC-owned station KTRK.
“First I’m deeply, terribly sorry,” the center’s owner, Joann Davis told KTRK. “I thank God he was OK… It was our mistake. I’m not saying it’s not… but the main thing is the baby’s okay, and I’m sorry as I can be.”
Ross said she has had an arrangement with the daycare since April to go there directly after her shift as a security worker ends at 6 p.m., when she said the center closes.
“They always had an understanding that me and other parents get off at six and can come directly to the daycare,” Ross said.
But when she arrived at the daycare yesterday, the parking lot was empty and the building was locked, as first reported by KTRK.
“I pulled on the door and banged on the door,” she said. She said she called the daycare but did not get a response.
Then she went home, in case her husband had picked up the boy. When she got there and realized he had not, they both raced back to the center, adding she felt “terrified”.
When the boy wasn’t there, she and her husband raced back to the center, adding that she felt “terrified.”
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