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Police Rescue Frozen Woman and Discover It’s a Mannequinn

12/20/2016 at 11:31 | Posted by kenziek
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 17:  People walk through the snow along a Brooklyn street on December 17, 2016 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. New York City saw the first snow accumulation of the season on Saturday morning.
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According to a press release from the police department in Hudson, New York they “received a call from a very upset citizen who stated that she discovered an elderly woman ‘frozen to death.’”

An Emergency crew responded to the call and when they showed up found an elderly woman sitting in the front seat with an oxygen mask on, showing no signs of life/movement. Soon into the rescue the crew realized the woman was actually a realistic mannequin.

The owner of the vehicle was actually “a sales manager for a company that manufactures medical training aids, and the ‘woman’ is a CPR training device.”

Instead of finding humor in the situation the owner of the vehicle was livid! Saying things that I can’t even type into this story. Which didn’t sit well with the police department who were just trying to do their job.

Hudson Police Chief L. Edward Moore said, “Just to clear the record, all citizens of Hudson should be put on notice that if you park your locked vehicle on the street on a sub-zero night with a life-size realistic mannequin seated in it … we will break your window.” He also stated that no charges were pending.

What an awful attempt at the mannequin challenge.