Firefighters Rescue 2-Year-Old Trapped in Vending Machine

The mother of a Pittsburgh-area toddler who became trapped inside a toy crane vending machine and had to be rescued by firefighters is calling for changes to how the machines are manufactured.

The woman’s 2-year-old daughter managed to crawl through the hole where the toys exit to get a closer look at the stuffed animals and other toys inside the machine. Once inside, however, she was unable to crawl back out.

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