Sweet Toddler Is Busy Having A Laugh While Firefighters Are Getting Him Out Of A Locked Car!

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Brandon Emery, 14-months-old, can be seen smiling as firefighters rescued him. He had locked himself inside his mother's Rover Streetwise in a parking lot Friday. His mother, Kirsty Green, 27, had been shopping with her young son in Lidl. She put him in the car as she unloaded groceries, and he locked all the doors. Then the firefighters came to the rescue.

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A laughing toddler in Cornwall was rescued by hero firefighters after they battled to free him from a locked car while he watched from the driver's seat.

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Little 14-month-old Brandon Emery was seen bearing a huge, adorable grin as he clutched the steering wheel of his mother's Rover Streetwise after accidentally locking himself inside.

His mother, Kirsty Green, 27, described the rescue crews from Bude Community Fire Station, Cornwall, as 'amazing' and 'a credit to the community.'

His mother, Kirsty Green, 27, described the rescue crews from Bude Community Fire Station, Cornwall, as 'amazing' and 'a credit to the community.'
His mother, Kirsty Green, 27, described the rescue crews from Bude Community Fire Station, Cornwall, as 'amazing' and 'a credit to the community.'
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The firemen did their jobs quite happily thanks to Brandon's big smile. Here is the hero team!

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'I decided to put him in the back of the car while I was unloading the shopping so he didn't keep trying to stand up in the trolley.'

'I decided to put him in the back of the car while I was unloading the shopping so he didn't keep trying to stand up in the trolley.'
'I decided to put him in the back of the car while I was unloading the shopping so he didn't keep trying to stand up in the trolley.'
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Green said she had absent-mindedly placed her car keys in the boot while she was loading the car, and realized she had forgotten to pick them up - when her son pushed down the central locks inside the car.

'I was a bit panicky at first, wondering how I was going to get him out, but luckily a few other shoppers quickly came to help me out, and one lady working in Lidl phoned 101,' she said.

She added, 'It wasn't a particularly hot or sunny day so once I knew the rescue crews were on the way I knew he'd be fine.'

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The crews were at first using small hand tools to attempt to free the toddler, but eventually had to smash the rear driver's window and climb into the car.

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The members of the rescue team confirmed that Brandon was 'quickly' released from the car and returned to his mother uninjured.

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