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    Volunteer Moderator jenniferpa's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Actually, I don't believe calling the police when all else has failed would be considered wasting their time - they are the people you would call if he was at risk and if it was bitterly cold he would be at risk. In fact, someone in uniform telling him to get out of the car might well trigger him to get out. On the whole, though, I agree that the blanket idea would be best.

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    Registered User JayGee's Avatar
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    Aug 2009
    kilmarnock ayrshire
    Thanks everyone
    I will be less frantic next time as he does eventually come in after 2 and 3 hrs respectively and I will do the blanket thing over his knees and a nice cup of tea.


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