A re-enactment of a real 911 call placed by a concerned foster mom.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
he was in really high spirits. We had a really good day. He'd been doing really well this week. Yeah. He really does. We have a really strong bond, His breathing. I mean he's definitely breathing but it's weird. He's making that weird snoring noise he told us about Yeah okay. His eyes are rolling back in his head. He's filming at the mouth a little bit. I'm going to try to turn him on his side. I can feel his heart beating fine but it's okay buddy. It's alright. It's alright. I'm here there there. That's a good breath. Okay. Um He's been living with us on and off since he was 13 and then I've had a relationship with him since he was nine. Um when he first went into foster care, you know I was just I just was you know participating in his meetings and stuff to try and get them reunited with his family and then when it just didn't work out, we became foster parents to be parents to him and his sister. We adopted a sister. She's now an adult and she's doing really great. They're almost here. We're going to get you help buddy. Thanks for talking to me. Yeah. Yeah it is Okay. Sorry. Uh huh. I think that being this close is making me feel feelings. Yeah. Okay. Hey, it's okay buddy. It's all right. It's all right. Okay. I see them now, yep Okay. Okay. They see me. Mhm. Thanks thanks for talking to me. All right, good night. Bye