A Portland-area father said he's had enough with a group of teenagers at a local park after they threw a rock at his baby daughter.
Two-year-old Abbigail Crombie is a happy baby, and as it turns out, a pretty lucky one, too.
"It could have hit her in the head," said Judah Crombie, the girl's father. "I mean, it was this far away from hitting her in the face."
Abbi and Judah Crombie were in his truck, singing a duet to Bruce Springsteen with the windows down when they were driving by Meining Park in Sandy.
"Right as I passed the park, the rock came out of nowhere," he said.
The rock went right by Judah and came frighteningly close to hitting his daughter -- it ended up striking the plastic clip on her car seat. An inch up or an inch down, and it could have been a whole different story, Abbi's mother said.
"I was angry," Kelley Crombie said. "I was really angry because it could have hurt her."
Judah Crombie was angry, too -- angry enough to pull over and try to chase down the teenagers he thinks threw the rock. He's since filed a police report.
"I think they were just being some punk kids," he said. "I think they probably would have done it to anybody."
Both parents believe Abbi was just a random target of teenage silliness, but they're asking the teens to stop before it ends in injury.
"Think before you act because you can hurt innocent people," Kelley Crombie said.
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Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:11 AM EDT2014-07-29 14:11:15 GMT
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