Florida boy climbs into vending machine, gets stuck


A Florida boy stuck inside an arcade machine claw game at a restaurant was rescued Wednesday evening after climbed inside trying to get a toy.

Firefighter Jeremy House was eating dinner at Beef O'Brady's in Titusville, just east of Orlando, Fla., when he heard someone yell to call 911.

At the point when the boy escaped the machine he finished leaving with a stuffed football and a couple of different prizes.

The claw machine is a staple at any children's restaurant and arcade, and it involves a mechanical claw the user operates in an effort to snag a stuffed animal and drop the toy into the chute.

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A young boy named Mason got stuck inside a claw machine and had to be rescued by firefighters.

According to the Titusville Fire Department, Mason was never in any distress once he realized he was stuck.

An off-duty lieutenant spotted Mason and went to help out. "Pretty sure it won't be the same as their last".

"He came out with some toys", Sutton said. Titusville Fire and Emergency Services posted about the incident on its Facebook page to show that something unexpected always happens.

Commenters were pleased with happy-ending story and impressed with the agility of the child, whose age was not provided.