Thanks to that little girl, we'll never know what would have happened. I admit I'm curious as to what caused this to come about, but I'll trade that for relief any day, every time.QUESNEL, B.C. - A quick-thinking teenaged girl stopped an elderly woman from trying to abduct a seven-year-old boy in British Columbia's Cariboo region, say police.RCMP Const. Krista Vrolyk said the boy was with other youth and a parent in Spirit Square in the downtown core of Quesnel, 672 kilometres north of Vancouver, when the incident occurred just before 10 p.m. Thursday.The woman tried to shake the boy's hand, but grabbed him by the wrist and pull him towards a nearby pickup truck, said Vrolyk.That's when the teenaged girl, the boy's 13-year-old friend, took action."It just so happened that the 13-year-old was a little bit closer and kind of quick to act," said Vrolyk.She said the girl, who is of slight stature and thin, physically pulled the boy away from the woman."This seems to be an isolated incident with this female," she said, adding that police are investigating her motive.
Good for you, kid.