Woman Working At Dept. of Social Services in Rapid City Leaves Her Kids In Car While She is at Work

“Tells Concerned Citizens to go Fu*k Themselves”

6 – 12 – 15 Sioux Falls, SD By Devin Saxon. Last Tuesday, a concerned citizen in Rapid City informed an attendant at the front desk of the Department of Social Services that a Pontiac in the 85 degree heat was parked in the DSS’s own parking lot with two small children occupying it, and no parent in the area. What happened next was astounding, the front desk attendant then called an EMPLOYEE working at DSS to inform her to move her children out of the car in the parking lot. Upon seeing that it was an employee at DSS who had left their kids in the car ALONE under the hot sun, the concerned citizen then questioned the employee,”EXCUSE ME you leave your kids in that car by themselves?” To which the Employee responded, “the oldest is 9,” and that the concerned citizen should, “go fuck yourself because I WORK HERE.”

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UPDATE: According to an anonymous source who, “happens to know who the person this is about,” the mother was inside the Department of Social Services building in Rapid City for, “four minutes,” and that she was present at work, “to sign a time-card.” This anonymous individual claims that the children had a cell-phone to ward off any danger, and says the mother was not swearing although he/she does admit that a third witness was present at the scene. This third witness at the scene corroborates Megan’s version of events claiming, “I know who posted this story to begin with and I was there when it happened and yes the story is true.”

There are currently no laws in South Dakota regarding whether or not it is legal to leave children unattended in cars, however our good friends in Bismark, North Dakota recently ran a story on similar events and this is what they have to say…

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Here is a case out of Pennsylvania also involving a 9-year-old left alone in a running vehicle…

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According to KidsAndCars.com, “Stories about kids and cars have a tendency to end badly.  Each year hundreds of children are hospitalized or even killed after accidentally setting a car into motion.”

So what does South Dakota think? Should children be allowed to be left alone in a car or not?

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