Fire crews rescue Yorkshire two-year-old locked inside car

Fire crews rescued a two-year-old child in North Yorkshire today who locked themselves inside a car - with the keys.

Crews were mobilised in Little Langton, North Yorkshire shortly after 9am this morning.

The child had accidentally locked themselves inside the car along with the keys.

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Crews used small tools to gain access to the vehicle, the fire service log said.

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The child was reunited with their parents shortly after.

In Scarborough, crews also rescued a woman and child who were locked inside a top floor flat.

They used crew power to gain access to the flat.

A faulty door handle was thought to be the cause of the locked door.

Crews gave advice to the occupants.

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