Royston firefighters free two-year-old toddler trapped in toilet seat

12:49 25 June 2014

Archant

Firefighters used a hacksaw was to free a two-year-old boy’s head from a toilet seat.

The child was taken to Royston Fire Station on Baldock Road at around 6pm yesterday (Tuesday) with a plastic toilet seat stuck on his head.

It was quickly removed and the boy was left without any major injuries.

It is not known how he trapped his head became trapped.

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