When an Indiana police dispatcher received an unusual call from a young boy recently, she didn't hesitate to help him solve his problems — math problems, that is. Lafayette dispatcher Antonia Bundy answered the call as usual but soon learned that the caller's emergency was related to his math homework, WLFI-TV reported. All the way through high school I enjoyed it. So it was something I was very happy I could help him with," the dispatcher said. It kind of made me relax a little bit to hear that he just needed some help with fractions.
A child called 911 for help with math homework. An Indiana dispatcher solved the problem.
dispatcher helps Lafayette child with math problem
An Indiana police dispatcher had to take a little trip down memory lane recently when she got a call that took her by surprise. When Antonia Bundy of Lafayette answered the call, she heard a child's voice, asking her for some desperately needed help with fractions. Bundy told ABC News she did not know the identity of the child or where he lived. She also said that it was her first time getting a call from a child needing homework help.
Math emergency! Child calls 911 for help with homework
Kids really do say the darnedest things. And if you have a child, you definitely will co-sign that statement. Kids are like little sponges that will pretty much absorb any and everything in their environment.
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