Top 5 Moments Live Rescue: Treating Toddlers – Part 1 | A&E

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49 thoughts on “Top 5 Moments Live Rescue: Treating Toddlers – Part 1 | A&E

  1. So I had croup not when I was little but when i was 17 lol
    I was going through radiation and my teachers son had it and I must have touched something his kid touched or something
    We are family friends so I still never let him forget that he got me sick all those years ago lmao
    But yea croup sucks and if you have asthma with it, it is so painful 😢

  2. That lifeguard in the yellow shirt in the end was rude, bad at his job, and more interested in the show than finding the kid. He walked right past the guy trying to thank him and shake his hand in the last few seconds

  3. I was at Indian wells a beach here in Bridgeport, CT with my 2 year old twins boy and girl as well as my 9 year old baby girl.. for a field trip being the super mom I try to be I was in the water with all three and by the grace of god a lot of people have drowned there so we heard… I was able to pay attention to my tribe everyone had a great time and we made it home twins are 9 and baby girl is 16 never hit by a car and no broken bones I think I've done a great job so far prayers for all the people who had to experience these different situations it is over whemling for sure 💯

  4. I used to get croup really bad as a kid except my had and anaphylactic reaction as well so it was called an anaphylactic croup attack but after multiple ER visits they prescribed me a nebulizer and the medication so my mom could give me treatments at home as needed

  5. I do not understand how babies get lost on the beach! Look I’m not saying anyone is a bad parent but jeeeez I just would not leave my kids! Be involved with your children for heavens sake! 🤬

  6. The beach incident was just wrong in multiple ways. One the parents or aunt or any adult in their group should have been paying attention to the kids and two a 8 year is old enough to know not to walk away like that. Now the little girl is just sad. She is way to young to even have the chance to walk away! My sons almost 3 and I don’t even turn my head for a second on the beach or near water bc like the life guard said it only takes seconds! If a young child ran into the water alone that could be a complete disaster

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