LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- "Possessed."

That's how a woman described her mindset when she frantically called 911 to report that a child had been left in a hot car in the parking lot of a Florence, Kentucky Walmart on Saturday.

According to news reports from Fox19 (WXIX), two Walmart shoppers called 911 after hearing a crying child locked inside a car Saturday. A man and woman left the 14-month-old alone for 30 minutes in 92-degree heat, according to a Florence police report. The car was parked outside the Houston Road Walmart with its engine off and windows up, police said. 

One of the people who called 911 was Bernice Ducker of Covington, Kentucky. She could be heard on the 911 call shouting, "We're at Walmart in Florence! These stupid people left their baby in the car!"

"I was possessed. I was possessed," Ducker said, speaking of her frantic mindset as she fought to get the child out of the car and cooled off. 

She said she confronted the two people who left the baby in the car, one of whom claimed to be the child's aunt. 

"I said, 'What are you doing? Why...do you want this baby? Do you not want this baby?'" Ducker told a WXIX reporter later.

Their response, according to Ducker? "Nothing."

"I thought, 'I am gonna beat the [EXPLETIVE] out of these two people. I am going to jail,'" Ducker said.

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