Colorado Police Officers Use Battering Ram to Free Toddler With Head Stuck in Railing
The toddler was just enjoying the view at her apartment complex, then suddenly she couldn’t move.
Things were tense for a young girl after she got her head stuck in the railing at her apartment complex.
Officers surprisingly showed up with a battering ram and used it to pry the bars open just enough for the child to slip out. It was a big relief for her and her mother.
Although she was startled, the girl was in otherwise good condition.
She got a police sticker for her bravery, and the cops went on their way, hoping the child learned her lesson.
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