A police office has issued a heartbreaking plea to members of the public after she attended a job where a three-year-old girl died.
PC Jade Hunter, who works for West Yorkshire Police, responded to a call to help a little girl who was suffering from a cardiac arrest.
She watched on as the paramedics desperately tried to save her life, but despite their best efforts there was nothing they could do.
Writing about the horrific day, Jade made a plea to members of public not to judge if they see police officers sitting in a car park or stopping for a quick cup of tea.
She explains that jobs like the one she attended that day are extremely hard to deal with, and sometimes they need five minutes to "gather their thoughts" before moving onto the next one.
"You never know what kind of situation we have just attended and dealt with. Sometimes we need 5 or 10 minutes to gather our thoughts.
"The public’s safety is our number one priority and it’s often that after jobs like these we are right back out there dealing with the next situation that comes in.
"However, we’re only human too. Please don’t penalise us for having feelings."
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