Overzealous or perhaps visually impaired emergency responders broke into a hot car on Thursday to rescue a doll that resembled a real baby in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Luz Kitty Mieles, the owner of the Honda CRV, was chagrinned to find EMTs hovering around her smashed driver-side window after rescuing her granddaughter's doll named Todd, WCBS reports.
There have been a spate of incidents in which parents and guardians have left children in improperly ventilated cars. In the most high-profile case, a Georgia father allegedly deliberately killed his son by leaving him in his vehicle for hours.
The medics apologized for their mistake. Mieles wants Hoboken to reimburse her for the damage.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated what day the doll was found in the car. It happened on Thursday, not Friday.