Ameleah Kegly got off the school bus Monday afternoon, her mom was not there to pick her up.When 5-year-old
Ameleah walked herself home to the family’s home in Mansfield, Ohio, but mom Christina Hunter, 31, was not there either.
So the girl waited at home, alone. Three hours later, when her mom had still not arrived, Ameleah took matters into her own hands. She grabbed the keys at about 7 p.m. and got behind the wheel of the family’s black SUV to search for her mom.
She turned the headlights on and put the key in the ignition but, failing to turn the ignition completely on, she rolled the car backward down the driveway, and right into the neighbor’s yard.
Realizing the trouble she was in, Ameleah got out of the car and called 911.
“Um, my mom’s car backed out on accident and I need the police to pull my mom’s car back in,” she told the dispatcher. “The car is staying on running now you got to get here quick, my mom is going to be pissed at me.”
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