This week, a mother and daughter were stuck in a traffic jam while they tried to move their baby’s baby mouse out of the way of an oncoming truck.
The toddler had to be removed by an on-ramp to safety because she had broken her leg and could not climb the oncoming lane.
The toddler’s mother, Kristina St. John, said the mother’s truck had been driving too fast and was speeding.
Kristina had tried to push the child out of her way when her truck was stopped by the on-coming lane of traffic, Kristin said.
The oncoming traffic lane, which is often a busy highway in the Northeast, was closed to traffic until Monday morning.
The mother’s mother had her truck towed.
Kristina St John, a former Washington Times reporter, said she was frustrated by the situation, and she felt like she was a victim.
She’s still in a situation where she has no other option.””
But the child was still in the truck.
She’s still in a situation where she has no other option.”
Kristina said she had taken her son to the hospital to have an MRI for a broken leg, but he was not there.
She said she has talked to a local child welfare officer and police.
Kristin said she is planning to file a complaint with the state’s Child Safety and Human Services Commission and her lawyer.