Two terrified witnesses recounted the bloody mayhem inside an illegal Queens day care in 911 calls that described someone “killing people,” according to a report Friday.
The first caller begged the dispatcher to send help to the home on 161st Street in Flushing, as a day care employee went on a middle-of-the-night stabbing spree — slicing three newborns and two adults.
“Help, help, help,” the person said just before 4 a.m. Friday, according to NBC New York. “Hurry up, because my baby’s already been stabbed twice. Someone came in and stabbed my baby twice.”
The dispatcher responded, “Someone stabbed her baby, she said?”
As crying is heard, the caller replied, “Yes. I don’t know this person … I don’t know where this person came from.”
A second person dialed 911 shortly thereafter.
“I’m sleeping … and then I heard somebody yelling … and then they are killing people,” the person said. “I just saw the blood on the floor … and that somebody got hurt.”
The dispatcher asked if the assailant was still in the house.
“I don’t know. I don’t know. I cannot go out to check,” the caller replied. “I’m afraid.”
Police said a total of seven babies were found in the home, which sources said was being used as a citizenship mill.
“The day care was illegal. They used it as a place for Chinese women to keep babies they gave birth to,” a high-ranking source said.
The infants injured were 3 days, 2 weeks and 1 month old. A 31-year-old man, the father of one of the injured babies, and a woman were also stabbed.
The multi-family home was also used as a maternity center, where workers would help new mothers care for their newborns, an official told NBC New York.
A Brooklyn mother of one of the stabbed babies said she plunked down $4,600 for a month-long stay. Her daughter was stabbed on the left side of her body but will “thankfully” be fine, she told the network at the hospital.
Law enforcement sources identified the alleged stabber as Yu Fen Wang, 52, who works at the facility. She was found unconscious in the basement of the home after trying to slash her left wrist, police said.
Officials said the day care, which operated under the name Mei Xin Care, was not an Office of Child and Family Services-licensed or -regulated child care program.
“OCFS is saddened by this horrific situation and investigating it as a possible illegal operation,” the agency said.
Source: Read Full Article