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New Jersey cops saved the day after an unusual 911 call Tuesday from a frantic mom whose toddler had got tangled in her doll’s stroller.
Paramus police officers Robert Sobocinski and Ben Fox responded to Iman Jabara’s home in Bergen County at 11 a.m. and found her daughter Yasmeen Saleh, 4, wearing the stroller around her waist, NJ.com reported.
The officers determined they had to break the stroller’s handlebar to free the tot without harming her.
Video obtained by NJ.com of the rescue shows the girl crying as one of the officers tries to comfort her.
“Listen, it’s ok. It’s ok,” Sobocinski tells the girl. “Hold my hand, hold my hand. It’s ok.”
The officers eventually freed Yasmeen, and she thanked them — but her toy was broken.
Later on their lunch, the officers went to Target, bought the same stroller and brought it to Yasmeen’s house.
Jabara captured the heartwarming moment Sobocinski gave her daughter the gift.
“Look what I got! This is for you,” he tells an excited Yasmeen.
Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg said he was proud his officers got the job done and put a smile on Yasmeen’s face, according to the outlet.
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