It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
The tragedy happened after Briana suffered an asthma attack at 5:15 p.m. Friday at a playground in Carroll Gardens.
"We have all the equipment in the car but nothing was working. Her eyes started to get really, really big," Briana's heartbroken dad, Michael, told The Post.
Carmen Ojeda called 911 but couldn't wait for the ambulance and took off in her car.
To break free from heavy traffic, Ojeda turned the wrong way on a one-way street, and hit a parked car.
She then flagged down a marked car and the uniformed man got out and screamed, "What the f - - k are you doing going down the wrong way?" Michael said.
"My wife screamed at him, 'Help! My daughter needs CPR.' "
The man "smirked" and responded, "I don't do CPR," Michael said.
The mom said she pleaded to be allowed to continue to Long Island College Hospital while the girl was "still breathing," but he tried to box her in.
Originally posted by PsykoOps
Would've been pretty much the same if the cop would've just pulled over to them and shot the girl. So where's the murder charges on this piece of work?
Originally posted by noonebutme
Everyone's on the police officer's case for wasting time - how much time did the driver waste by panicking and then having an accident?
Originally posted by oozyism
reply to post by AdAbsurdum
Do you know how long it takes for your average ambulance to reach you? Sometimes it takes half an hour, at least that is how it is in New Zealand.
My Grandma was in sever pain and she couldn't breathe properly, we called the ambulance, we told them we don't know what has happened to her etc and told them the breathing problem, took them 20 minutes to get there.
Another guy I remember in a party got hit from the back and he fell face first hard on concrete and was unconscious for at least half an hour before cops pull up, then another 5-10 minutes before the ambulance comes and takes him..
What I want to know is, if it is compulsory for COPS in the US to learn CPR.
Does anyone know>?
The cop could've been nicer sure but people could've been dead if he wasn't around.