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Mix Up Leads To Couple Picking Up Wrong Child At School

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CAMDEN COUNTY, N.J. -

An apparent mix up lead to a man picking up the wrong child at a Camden County School Tuesday.

Police tell FOX 29 the nine-year-old girl got off the bus just as she does on any other weekday, but got into the wrong car.

It appears a man was calling out her name thinking it was the girl he was supposed to pick up.

Police say the girl rode in the wrong car for about 15 minutes until officers pulled the car over, based off a license place description they had received earlier.

The girl eventually was reunited with her mom.

Her mom tells FOX 29's Dave Kinchen she feared the worse.

 

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