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Firefighters Rescue Girl With Head Stuck in McDonald's Fence

Firefighters used the Jaws of Life device to remove the girl trapped between two bars



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    Fire-rescue crew members use a jaws of life rescue device to free a girl whose head became trapped between the bars of a metal fence Wednesday Dec. 25, 2013 at a McDonald's.

    Firefighters with tools commonly used to extricate victims from car crash wreckage freed a 3-year-old girl whose head was stuck Wednesday between the metal bars of a fence at a McDonald's.

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    The girl's head was lodged for about 20 minutes between two bars of the fence around a play area at the restaurant in the 4900 block of Beach Boulevard in Buena Park. Orange County Fire Authority personnel used the Jaws of Life rescue tool to cut through bars so the child could escape.

    The uninjured girl was crying, but managed a smile after receiving a fireman's sticker badge, a stuffed animal and ice cream.