A person with special needs went missing on Friday Night, prompting a panicked call from his family, and a child managed to lock himself inside a bathroom on Shabbos afternoon and the mother was unsure who to call.
Crown Heights Shomrim had a busy Shabbos, starting off with a search for a person with special needs who walked out of his house after Shabbos began, and did not return.
Shomrim mobilized a number of volunteers, who after an hour of searching was able to assist in locating him. Hatzalah was called to check him out and was transported to an area hospital.
Later, on Shabbos afternoon, Shomrim received a phone call from a mother whose child was locked inside a bathroom. “She says ‘I have a problem and I don’t know who call’” a Shomrim volunteer told CrownHeights.info. “She tells me that her toddler is trapped inside a bathroom, so I told her that is no problem I will send a couple of guys over right away.”
They were able to open the door and free the terrified child.
Over Shabbos our Vol answered the call for a #missing special needs person that was found after a brief search.
In addition our Vol responded to a frantic call for a child locked in a bathroom condition corrected within minutes #ItsWhatWeDo #Shomrim #Rescue
— CH Shomrim (@ShomrimCH) January 13, 2018