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  • Theresa Moran Camara 'allows son, 3, to pump gas unsupervised causing him to spill fuel

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    A mother allowed her toddler son to handle a gasoline pump unsupervised, causing the three-year-old to spray fuel all over himself, police alleged today.

    Theresa Moran Camara, 46, was charged by Manheim Township Police in central Pennsylvania for endangering the welfare of a child.

    Police say they were called to a Giant supermarket on January 19 and determined that the boy removed the nozzle from the vehicle without releasing the handle.

    Witnesses said that as a result, gasoline was sprayed all over the child, LancasterOnline.comreported.

    Police surveillance video further confirmed eyewitness account, and showed a woman allowing a small child to pump gas into a Toyota Rav4, the Smoking Gun reported.

    Camara told police that she had

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  • #2

    Maybe the pumps at Walmart are easier to operate.

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    • quickie1
      quickie1 commented
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      Another Brick wrote:

      Maybe the pumps at Walmart are easier to operate.


      I remember helping my father pump gas at a very early age...he also let me drive at 11 years of age....today that would be considered child endangerment.


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    quickie1 wrote:

    asd

     

    A mother allowed her toddler son to handle a gasoline pump unsupervised, causing the three-year-old to spray fuel all over himself, police alleged today.

    Theresa Moran Camara, 46, was charged by Manheim Township Police in central Pennsylvania for endangering the welfare of a child.

    Police say they were called to a Giant supermarket on January 19 and determined that the boy removed the nozzle from the vehicle without releasing the handle.

    Witnesses said that as a result, gasoline was sprayed all over the child, LancasterOnline.comreported.

    Police surveillance video further confirmed eyewitness account, and showed a woman allowing a small child to pump gas into a Toyota Rav4, the Smoking Gun reported.

    Camara told police that she had

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    • Hoddy
      Hoddy commented
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      Good thing the little tyke wasn't smoking.



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