Kansas City, Missouri 2021-09-22 13:58:41 –
Boulder, Colorado — A toddler stuck in a railing in a Boulder apartment complex Rescued within seconds Thank you for the wise thoughts of the two city police officers.
The Boulder police station shared a rescue video on Tuesday morning and identified the police officer as Stg. Martinez and Officer Kyle. The timecode in the video on the camera you are wearing does not match the time, so you do not know exactly when the rescue took place.
“When we were kids, we all seemed like a good idea, but we started to regret it. That was the situation where the toddler accidentally got stuck,” said the Boulder Police Department. The tweet states.
In the video, you can see a policeman using a battering ram to pry open the railing bar. After about 15 seconds, the toddler was released.
After that, the child can be seen returning to the mother for a hug, and the policeman follows up the child and asks if she is okay.
The girl replies that it’s okay, and the video ends with the toddler saying “Thank you!”.
As a kid, we all seemed good ideas, but we started to regret it. It was a situation where the toddler accidentally got stuck in his head. Thankfully, Sgt Marquez and Officer Kyle have found a quick and clever way to release her safely. Share with mom OK # Boulder pic.twitter.com/eH8paon5g5
— Boulder Police Station (@boulderpolice) September 21, 2021
This story was originally published by KMGH’s Oscar Contreras.
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