Child with arm stuck behind radiator freed by firefighters
- Credit: Archant
Firefighters have freed a child whose arm was trapped behind a radiator.
A crew from Stalham fire station were called to an incident on Rosewood, in North Walsham, at 5.19pm on Tuesday, August 13, where they manually assisted with the release.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service workers helped the ambulance service in freeing the child, who was handed into the care of paramedics.
A fire service spokesman said: "We got them out and into the ambulance.
"There were no obvious signs of injury and the child was left in the care of the ambulance service."
You may also want to watch:
The child was freed within around 20 minutes of the emergency service being called, with the stop time for the incident given as 5.40pm.
- 1 Mum's heartfelt tribute to daughter who died in A47 collision
- 2 Fire crews rush to a crash near Norfolk village
- 3 Two men in critical condition as multiple people stabbed
- 4 Police swoop on Norwich address
- 5 Rail services affected after person hit by train
- 6 Asda and Amazon urgently recall items due to safety concerns
- 7 Norwich cat torturer who murdered pensioner ‘planned to carry on killing’
- 8 Swathes of new homes for village move step closer with new planning bid
- 9 Secluded Broads farmhouse in almost 11 acres goes up for sale
- 10 Farm worker fined after hay bales fall off trailer and hit car