The first call I noticed was for a child locked inside a car. This happens periodically. The vehicle in this case wasn't running, and it's neither dangerously hot or cold. So not an especially dangerous situation, but something that needed to be resolved.
A few minutes later, I heard the dispatch tone again, followed by the dispatcher calling for a "child locked in a car" rescue. At first I though they'd somehow duplicated a call, but it turned out to be a totally different call in a different part of town. The rescue unit dispatched to the first call had just completed getting the baby out of the car and said they'd respond to the second call.
Two consecutive unrelated child-locked-in-car incidents is not something I'd expect in our town of 20,000 people. I'm glad both incidents were non-life-threatening.