Octomom's 911 Call ReleasedJosh Loposer
Last Friday, Nadya Suleman’s toddler Caleb reportedly gobbled up a bunch of chemicals from his brother’s volcano kit and was rushed to the hospital after “vomiting nonstop.” Now, the 911 call has been made public. Listen to the call.
Luckily, Everything turned out OK and the tyke is going to be just fine. The foreign substance that he ate/drank was mostly saltwater, so the whole event turned out to be a false alarm, albeit an unpleasant one.
“I knew it would all get blown out of proportion if I called, but I didn’t want to take any chances,” Suleman told People. “I think I did the right thing. He’s okay.”
The call has a few precious gems — like where she describes her sons condition as “throwing up very very very much” — but it doesn’t rank up there with Octomom’s previous 911 calls. There was no frantic moment where she threatened suicide or anything, like this classic call.
The scene must have been fairly relaxed, because word has it that a fireman on the scene actually asked Octomom if she would pose in a picture with him — definitely not standard procedure.
Anybody want to place bets on how many 911 calls will come from the Suleman house over the next 5 years?