(Saturday), my mother and I brought my five year-old-son and three-year-old daughter to the Oliver Hardy Festival in Harlem and my daughter went missing. I saw a fireman by the railroad crossing on Main Street and I told him what had happened. He brought me into the Harlem police station, and there the dispatcher took a description of my little girl and sent it over the radio.Immediately they had officers and firemen looking for her.
It was not long after that my mom came into the police station with her. My mother would not have had my daughter then if an unknown woman would not have stopped to find out why a three-year-old little girl was standing in the middle of the road crying and all alone. She took the time to calm my baby girl down enough to carry her to the police station. While the woman was on her way to bring her to the station, my mom spotted Ona in her arms.
I don't know the woman's name or what she looks like, but I want to thank her and the Harlem police and fire departments for their help in finding my daughter. They will never know how grateful I am to them.