Brighton firefighter helps child who had finger trapped in favourite toy

Firefighters came to the rescue of a four-year-old boy who had become a little too attached to his favourite toy.

The youngster was taken to Preston Circus Fire Station at just before 7pm last night by his mother after getting a section of miniature railway track stuck on his finger.
 

Fortunately, a firefighter was able to snap the track off the boy’s finger and he was able to go home shortly afterwards. 

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9:32am Mon 3 Dec 12

lindaf says...

And this is a news item....why?
And this is a news item....why? lindaf

9:39am Mon 3 Dec 12

Crystal Ball says...

lindaf wrote:
And this is a news item....why?
Because there is nothing else of note to report?
[quote][p][bold]lindaf[/bold] wrote: And this is a news item....why?[/p][/quote]Because there is nothing else of note to report? Crystal Ball

11:42am Mon 3 Dec 12

derekhunt says...

lindaf wrote:
And this is a news item....why?
Perhaps it highlights the importance of retaining the local firestations rather than shutting them all down?
[quote][p][bold]lindaf[/bold] wrote: And this is a news item....why?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it highlights the importance of retaining the local firestations rather than shutting them all down? derekhunt

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