Firefighters from the Brackley Fire Station rescued a 9-year-old boy who was locked inside a bathroom at his home yesterday evening, Thursday May 28.
Firefighters with the Northampton Fire and Rescue Service rescued the boy from a locked bathroom in a home in Manor Road, Brackley.
It took firefighters about 10 minutes to rescue the boy from the bathroom after the lock mechanism had broken. The incident occurred around 10.55pm.
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Firefighters from the Brackley Fire Station also removed a ring which had become stuck on a woman's finger.
The ring stuck on a finger incident happened when a woman presented herself at the station in Brackley. It was removed from her finger using a piece of cotton.
A Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service Spokesperson said: "Our firefighters are well equipped to deal with all manner of emergencies as they are highly trained in all manner of 'rescue' scenarios as well as 'fire' ones."