You see a kid in your neighbor hood and you are sitting on your porch watching your kids play. This kid is riding his bike up and down the street. Keep in that this kid doesn’t have any supervision from his parents. This kid gets hit by a car or he falls off his bike and gets hurt, would it be your obligation to call 911? Yes, it would, because of the good Samaritan Law so you would be obligated to call 911. As soon as the Ambulance and Police arrive, let them know that you were a witness and explain to the police officer on the scene that this kid was riding his bike up and down and also was riding in the middle of the street, without any supervision from his parents.
I know some of you readers are probably saying that I am blaming his parents because they were not watching their kid. I’m not trying to blame it on the parents, the point that I am trying to make is that parents should care enough about their kids that they would at least peek out the window or door and see what they are doing. I always make sure that when my girls are playing outside, I check on them about every 10 minutes or I just sit on the porch and turn on some music or read a book, not only to make sure that they are not riding in the middle of the street, but they’re some sick individuals out there that could do harm to a child.
It’s crazy that you have to take precautions like this, because of the sick individuals, drunk drivers, etc. I’m hope that by this point in my Blog Post, that you understand the point I am trying to get you to understand. If you haven’t, this is what I am trying to get you to understand. As a parent it’s your duty to make sure the safety of your child/children and not your neighbors, so I feel that if you can’t do this as a parent you should be sent to jail because obviously you don’t care for the safety or well being so why should you be allowed to keep your child/children? I know a lot of you will not agree with this post, but hey I don’t care. If you have a problem or questions, I am open to negative or positive feedback. I’ll be patiently waiting for any response.