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VPD officer yells at mom after kids left in hot auto

VPD officer yells at mom after kids left in hot auto

He said that the woman has not been charged.

A sergeant could be heard on a video lecturing the woman after she returned to her vehicle.

He stated that the officer was "explaining to the woman the gravity of the situation".

Police have since issued a warning to the public and have handed the file over to the Ministry of Children and Family Development who will further investigate.

Recorded footage from Vancouver last week shows a city police officer yelling and admonishing a mother for allegedly leaving her two children in a hot vehicle while she was grocery shopping. They say they received numerous 911 calls about the children who were described as "in distress" and that the vehicle alarm was also going off. "It's hot outside. Your children could have died".

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Palmer said he has known the officer in the video for many years, and the longtime member is highly respected within the force.

The mother was inside the grocery store for about 20 minutes, Palmer said.

"You don't seem to understand the danger that you put these children in".

"Do you understand what you've done?" he asked.

Two kids were left in the vehicle, including a six-year-old girl and a three-and-a-half-year-old boy.

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"We're all just human beings", Palmer told reporters.

"He was trying to convey to that woman the seriousness of her actions", Palmer said, noting that he knew the officer in question was a father himself.

One woman who was on the phone with first responders is seen in front of the SUV to prevent the driver from leaving until officers arrived.

In Edmonton, police announced a mother was charged after her baby had to be rescued from a hot vehicle.

The mother had been in the store for 20 minutes, leaving the kids alone in the vehicle in extreme heat.

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The police are using this latest case as another reminder not to leave children or pets in the vehicle. And children should go without saying, please take your children with you. We had the one with the dog that was left in the auto. "It's too hot for everyone, pets or people".