Wodonga police will break your car window if a child is in danger

By Peter de Kruijff
Updated December 18 2015 - 6:09pm, first published 11:06am
CAR CHECK: Wodonga advanced life support paramedic Peter Greenall peers through a car window on a hot December day. Picture: MARK JESSER
CAR CHECK: Wodonga advanced life support paramedic Peter Greenall peers through a car window on a hot December day. Picture: MARK JESSER

Drivers who leave their children or pets in a car in hot conditions should not be surprised if they have to pay for a busted window says a Wodonga police officer.

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