Parents React After Girl Left On Daycare Van

By: Jacki Ochoa Email
By: Jacki Ochoa Email

Heather Clark found out about her daycare's alleged misconduct by watching the news, which didn't sit well with her.

"I didn't want to call and complain or anything, just thought that I'd wait," said Clark. "And I got here and everyone was given a letter explaining what happened."

On Tuesday, a little girl was stuck in a Little Lamb's daycare van from 8:30 to 2:30. Her parents are Monica and James Maxson. They weren't notified by the daycare until 5:30.

"When they had told me, I freaked out," said Monica. "I said what were you thinking?"

Other parents were told about the incident on Thursday. "Unfortunately what happened yesterday was a big mistake," said Jeralyn Hall. "Miscommunication and mistakes happen, we're not all perfect. I trust my child here. I trust her with her life here. And I know that they're going to take care of her each and every single day."

"I'd be freaking out," said Clark. "Any of my kids really, but I mean, I have two four year olds and two five years old. I'm thinking, that could be Sydney or that could have been Junior."

Clark says her boy loves it there and she will continue taking her boy to Little Lambs.

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