And, in the the same moment Gable realizes her troubles, she looks directly into the newly-installed camera above her.
A Pennsylvania daycare worker has been charged after a security camera captured her shoving a four-year-old down a flight of stairs. It just hurt me.
The camera was allegedly installed just 30 minutes before the incident, although officials haven't addressed why.
The worker is identified as 52-year-old Sarah Gable.
Sarah Gable, 52, of Folcroft, Pennsylvania, was charged with simple assault, harassment, and endangering the welfare of ac hid, court records show. The child is back at the daycare. A day care worker appears behind the child.
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Gable was released on $25,000 bail.
"I think it's every parent's worst nightmare that sends their kid to daycare", Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood told CBS Philly. In the video you can see the girl enter the picture at the top of the steps, when for seemingly no reason, Gable approaches from behind and shoves the girl down approximately six steps. "I'm like, 'It's not her shoe. We don't do this to children". "Why would you push a child down the steps.' And the way she did it was just so carelessly as if she'd been doing it".
"She picked up the shoe and tried to come to the end of the stairs like, 'Oh, it was her shoe, '" says Tarvares.
The Associated Press reports that the child sustained a knee injury, but it was not serious and they returned to the day care the next day. "When I saw it air I was just like 'wow.' It still hurts", said Tavares. "She has had no prior contact with the criminal justice system", he said.