Fire crew frees four-month-old baby from locked car in Lowestoft
FIREFIGHTERS freed a four-month-old baby from a locked car in Lowestoft.
A crew from Lowestoft South fire station were called to Wisset Way at 1.45pm yesterday (Monday) following reports of a baby locked in a car,
Firefighters were quickly on scene and they discovered a 'four-month-old baby locked in a car,' at an address in the Lowestoft street.
A spokesman for the brigade said: 'Crews got to work releasing the child using the 'Big Easy' rescue tool and by 2.08pm the crew had managed to open the door and reunite mother and baby.'
Firefighters were back at their base by 2.30pm.
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