When Lucas Lee went to get a Halloween candy bucket for his trick-or-treaters, he had a surprise waiting for him at home. Instead of the sweets, his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son Max sat at Lucas’s phone to make an emergency call. The boy went so far as to ask, “911? Are you there?” Max asked. “Catch me when you get there,” he added. “I can’t believe it.”
Both parents later described the scene as “too funny” for words. Lucas and Max live close to one another in Los Angeles and knew a Halloween disaster could happen if they didn’t get their friends. So they called emergency services, and police officers, fire fighters, and firefighters showed up to rescue their children.
“Max is normally an intense little boy, but today he was all laughs,” Lucas said.
The playful scene didn’t stop there. As the firefighters headed to a residence near them to help evacuate the occupants, Lucas jumped out of his bed and approached them, clinging on to his partner’s shoulders. “I’m just jumping up and down! Can you catch me?” he said. The officers were both so taken aback that they dropped their gear and ran towards him. “Sorry, but they’re both going down,” they told Lucas.
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