I saw this post on the UWS mom's group. One of the moms suggested emailing your site with it:
I generally do not like "tattling" on nannies, but I was part of a rather upsetting situation on the playground at 67th in Central Park today around 10:30/11:00am. (note: incident occurred Wednesday, September 15th)
A girl (dressed in all pink with a ruffle pink flower on her shirt and blonde hair) was climbing alone up the high ladder to the twisty slide. When she reached the high platform she lost her balance and fell on her head. She was beyond hysterical and was bleeding from her mouth. Since I was the closet adult I rushed over to her. Several other parents and caregivers then rushed over as well because they were so startled by the fall, one parent was ready to call an ambulance, however, none of the adults who rushed over were her caregiver. So I started to to yell on the playground who was responsible for a little blonde girl dressed in pink. Several minutes passed and the little girl's nanny (dressed in a long sleeve gray shirt and jeans) strolls over (with another small girl dressed in pink in tow) not seeming all that concerned. She took her to the water fountain to wipe her mouth and did not leave the park. It seemed like a bad enough fall that it might warrant some medical attention.
Again, I hate "tattling" on others, but I just felt as a parent I would like to know if this happened to my child.