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Fairtale 7-year-old calls 911 after she thought her elf doll had lost it's magic

An adorable seven year old girl, Izzy LaPeruta of New Jersey, USA called 911 for help because he feared that his elf doll did not had the Christmas magic in him after she threw a ball at it.

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7 year old calls 911 after she felt her elf doll no longer has its Christmas Magic play

7 year old calls 911 after she felt her elf doll no longer has its Christmas Magic

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An adorable seven year old girl, Izzy LaPeruta of New Jersey, USA called 911 for help because he feared that his elf doll did not had the Christmas magic in him after she threw a ball at it.

While playing in her home next to the Christmas tree which was wrapped with all the decorations she threw a ball and call her a bad aim the ball hit the tree and the ball bounced off the tree and hit a little elf doll in red on the shelf and it fell on to the carpet.

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There is a popular catch phrase, “Elf on the Shelf” which is explained in the children’s book that comes with the household elf and after reading it one would understand all the catastrophe it can bring with itself for a child who has high hopes for the Christmas.

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According to the book, the little leotard wearing elf was sent by Santa to scope out who were good throughout the year and deserve to get Christmas presents as every night the elves fly back to the North Pole to Santa to submit their reports. The books says, “There’s only one rule that you have to follow, so I will come back and be here tomorrow. Please do not touch me. My magic might go and Santa won’t hear all I’ve seen or I know.

At the time of the incident her mother was taking a nap in a different room and her father was not at home. So she desperately call 911 for help but got frightened over the call. When the operators sent an officer she was hysterical and was crying. The officer then wished her best wishes and head back at the stations.

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