A Michigan boy with a distress call last week ordered 911 to place an order – and he received the shipment.
Five-year-old Iziah Hall was home in Wyoming, Michigan on Sunday. He began to crave McDonald's. The only problem was that Iziah's grandmother slept deeply.
According to WZZM, Iziah picked up an old phone that had been deactivated years ago and called the only number he could – 911.
Iziah connected with the Dispatcher and asked her, "Can you bring me McDonald's?"
Kent's US Secretary of State arrested the Wyoming police who arrested policeman Dan Patterson had sent to look for the boy, WZZM reported] Looking to Iziah, Patterson stopped by a McDonald's nearby and pulled out something.
"I thought I'd drive past McDonalds and I could do something for him," he said station.
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. Patterson said when he first appeared, Iziah initially feared that his grandmother was upset about having called the police.
Iziah's grandmother said they were grateful to Patterson, who had also advised him to use 911 only for emergencies.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.