Roma Hammond said she wound up injured when two toddler grandsons were left in the front seat of her Ford Crown Victoria.
She said she left the four-year-old and two-year-old for a short time to take another grandson out front to meet the school bus.
When she returned the car was rolling because one of the youngsters had gotten it out of gear.
She ran to the driver's side and tried to stop the vehicle. But it dragged her through a chain link fence and some branches.
She suffered leg injuries.
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City public works officials said someone pulled up a two-foot section of an eight-foot chain link fence with three strands of barbed wire at the top.
That made an opening at a pumping station on Brainerd Road for thieves to get inside.
They stole 18-20 feet of three-inch copper wiring worth $1,000. Damage to the fence is $200.
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Thieves also got into the lot at Superior Wall and Paver on Highway 27.
They took a utility trailer and loaded it with 80 bags of cement and a cement mixer.
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Police said since Kerry Kidd broke his leg 6-8 weeks ago, he has continually called 911.
It happened again from the Motel 6 on Williams Street, where he was staying with a female.
Police said every time he asks to be taken to the hospital so he can get pain medication.
He was warned not to overuse 911.