Received Friday, June 15, 2007
Near dusk, today (Thursday 6/14) Your little girl, white, perhaps 2.5-3 y.o., blond ringlet curls, wearing a pink tank top and shorts outfit was crossing the street between the park and the parking lot trailing 5-10 feet behind two nannies. The little girl was wearing white sandals, one of which came off. The child stopped to fiddle with the shoe in the middle of the road just as I was approaching. I was traveling at a low speed, but not everyone does. Those two seconds it took for your nanny/nannies to react could have been very tragic. The nannies were engrossed in their own conversation paying no heed to the little girl. Both nannies were 40-55 y.o., Hispanic, one had dark hair, the other had a reddish tinge to her hair, the nanny with the red tinged hair was carrying a white pocketbook and wore tan pants. She is the nanny who ran back for the child, scooped her up and carried her to the other side of the road. This happened very quick and is all I can remember.