Published: Fri, February 09, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Florida Boy Needs Rescued After Getting Trapped Inside Arcade Claw Machine

Florida Boy Needs Rescued After Getting Trapped Inside Arcade Claw Machine

Mason sat in the machine on a bed of stuffed toys, calmly watching firefighters work to free him.

A young boy in Florida really, really wanted a stuffed toy while visiting an arcade - so much so that he climbed inside a vending machine to get it. They were also assisted by an off-duty fireman who happened to be at the restaurant. The Titusville Fire and Emergency Services were able to jump into action, rescuing Mason without great damage to the claw machine.

"Thankfully he was never in any distress as one of our own lieutenants happened to be there off-duty and assessed the situation", the post read.

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According to a post from Titusville Fire and Emergency Services, the incident occurred Wednesday night at Beef O' Brady's in Titusville, Florida.

The young Floridian boy, referred to only as 'Mason, ' climbed inside of a toy claw machine this week and was unable to find his way back out, CBS News reported.

"Once we understood the mechanism and how it worked it was pretty easy to get those pins removed and the door open the rest of the way", he said.

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"I hope he got his toy", said a third.

Mason was rescued within a few minutes, and able to go back to dinner with his friends.

"He went in, but obviously he couldn't come back out the same way", Battalion Chief Gregory Sutton told The Associated Press.

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