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Shocking!! Cop lets 11 Year Old Girl Die in Car from Asthma Attack

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posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 02:21 AM
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Video:

www.worldstarhiphop.com...


That is truly sad, shows how F'd up the police force are, the same crap happens here where the cops are so arrogant that they chase stupid kids driving cars until they crash and die.



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.

current.com...

ZZZ makes you angry and sick at the same time, the worst thing is that the man doesn't even have the courage to face up to his deed, and just say sorry. I bet the Police department knows exactly who he is, but they are covering him, pretty obvious, they are protect each other like a pack of dogs..

F'en cowards.




posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:11 AM
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Dear dear. Heartbreaking. That poor family are traumatised and grieving at the same time. Not a nice combination, and they'll probably never get over it.

If the policeman was caring and the girl still died while everyone tried to help her, at least they'd know she'd gotten the best care.

But having a sick uncaring mocking psycho at the scene of their daughter's death will multiply their upset by a million. And a policeman at that... Personally I'd never get over it.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:13 AM
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May all the Wrath of God fall on the man who did this. I am a father of 2 kids and this made me cry.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:16 AM
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Pride
Integrity
Guts



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:17 AM
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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?



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:31 AM
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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?


I feel the same way, he prevented aid to the girl, he intentionally killed her. Murder, plain and simple.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:31 AM
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man...sad. If the cop would have had a little bit of dignity and sense of duty he should have escorted them with sirens to hospital.

TO SERVE & PROTECT /Sarcasm



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:33 AM
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If ever there was proof that the police and military forces are being systematically de-humanised, this is it. I try not to use blanket statements but there seems to be a new story like this one every week now, either these forces are actually becoming mindless attack dogs or there is some sort of media campaign to make them seem that way, I'm not too sure yet.

One thing that seems inevitable is that we will be seeing more and more of these types of stories in the near future.

Another inevitability - the officer in this incident will not get the punishment he deserves.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:36 AM
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I hate to play devils advocate here... but this is the reason you should call 911 immediately and wait for them to come if there is an emergency.

The driver endangered the lives of anyone on that 1 way street that could have been driving lawfully, any pedestrians that could have been walking, and anyone still in their parked cars that the driver hit head on.

I understand that it was her daughter, but what if the driver killed someone else in attempting to save her?

This is why 911 exists.


[edit on 3-9-2010 by AdAbsurdum]



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:37 AM
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The cop should have drove them to the hospital, and then fine the mother for crazy driving. (which of course she's not really to blame, any mother would react the same in "panic")

Sad story...


[edit on 3-9-2010 by _Phoenix_]



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 03:43 AM
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There are no words for this situation, as a parent also the video made me extremely angry..
But the words 'shock' and 'police' together doesnt work for me anymore, nothing they do (or in this case DON'T do) suprises me these days, it just disgusts and saddens me..over and over again..
I know i have said it before but it strikes very true, from a favorite band of mine-cops are meant to
Protect and Serve
Not Harrass and disturb. -KMK



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:05 AM
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The American people have guns, right?

So why are they not out using them to cull humanity of the useless scum?



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:10 AM
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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>?



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:18 AM
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I agree.

Yes, the police officer should have been more sympathetic, but the parents were really, really stupid. Just because there is an emergency doesn't give a person the right to abandon the rules of the road and drive recklessly. This is exactly what the paramedics are for.

Would they have got there in time? Who knows. But driving the wrong way in a one way street and then hitting a parked car?? How did that help the situation?

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?


EDIT: And I'll throw this is as well. Had that driver, driving like a moron, hit *my* child and not a parked car, I'd be looking for the maximum penality to be thrown at him. Manslaught, etc - whatever. Just because YOUR child's life is in danger doesn't give you the the right to put others at risk.

[edit on 3-9-2010 by noonebutme]



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:21 AM
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Depends on where you live. Some areas don't even have emergency services. In this case, the driver didn't want to wait and potentially put everyone's children, parents, and loved ones at risk. Difficult situation or not, there are more people in the world other than this persons child.

EDIT TO ADD: Knowing how long it takes and seeing this happen, it's probably a good idea for you to learn CPR and first aid. If I had a child with asthma everyone around her would know it or I wouldn't relinquish custody.


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?


Exactly.

EMTs were already dispatched, by moving the girl to another location they don't know where she is.

EDIT TO ADD: I also would do the same as your EDIT TO ADD.

[edit on 3-9-2010 by AdAbsurdum]



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:25 AM
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Wish I could applaud you or do something more to let you know how much I agree with that sentiment.

What's next on ATS: "Evil deranged cops gun down man who had rage issues but was really about to make a breakthrough in therapy, this small incident of shooting innocent shoppers in the mall was purely a tiny set back, police department don't even send a sorry card to alcoholic incarcerated mother - pathetic!".

Because whilst I understand the family were having a bit of a hard time they were acting dangerously and clearly showed no respect for others.

The cop could've been nicer sure but people could've been dead if he wasn't around.

-m0r



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:25 AM
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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>?




I am not sure about other states, but here where I live cops are certified in CPR when they go through the academy. If we are getting the whole story (which is very unlikely) then shame on this cop. However the parents acted irresponsible as well.

I am not sure why everyone on this forum is so anxious to bag on cops. There are bad apples in every crowd. It doesn't make all cops bad. Don't break the law and they won't be on your case.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:26 AM
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Makes you sick. What would that man have wanted if he were lying by the side of the road with broken limbs and in critical condition? He would have been screaming for help...but no one would have looked at him...because karma is a real b**ch!



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:31 AM
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Well, I believe stars are the accepted form of currency around here. hehehe...

Thank you nonetheless, I honestly expected to get jumped as heartless SOB who hated children.

And I agree that the cop could have acted nicer... but he isn't a psychic and I don't know his side of the story here nor the severity of the accident. He could have been under the assumption that this was another person attempting to get out of driving the wrong way down a one way street and wrecking their car for the 400th time that day. We just don't know.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 04:48 AM
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The cop could've been nicer sure but people could've been dead if he wasn't around.


I don't think helping save the life of a child with Asthma is called being nicer


Kind of sad how you think here.

So she crashed, there the Police officer had a chance to help, or at least arrest the mom, and take the little girl to hospital with the fast car of his that the TAX PAYERS paid for..



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