Family Calls Police to Find Toddler During Hide-And-Seek Game

July 9, 2009 - 10:09 AM
A Pennsylvania toddler did such a remarkable job of hiding during a game of hide-and-seek that the family had to call police and firefighters to help find her.
Greenville, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania toddler did such a remarkable job of hiding during a game of hide-and-seek that the family had to call police and firefighters to help find her.
 
Two-year-old Natalie Jasmer was playing the game with her siblings Tuesday in their Pymatuning Township home. When the family couldn't find her, parents Dennis and Michelle Jasmer called authorities.
 
Emergency crews and friends frantically searched the neighborhood about 70 miles northwest of Pittsburgh for about an hour.
 
The family's dog, Copper, finally sniffed her out. She had fallen asleep in a drawer underneath the family's washing machine.
 
The little girl told her family she was sorry. Hide-and-seek is now banned in the Jasmer household.