WASHINGTON (CIRCA) -- Two-year-old Ezra Ingersoll was out at dinner with his family when he ended up in an unimaginable place.
Ezra wanted a toy from a claw machine, AL.com reports. In order to accomplish his goal, the child unexpectedly climbed inside the contraption that had toys inside. It contained an opening that Ezra was able to fit into. When Ezra's parents tried to get him out of the machine, the opening was shut.
It wouldn't open on the inside or the outside, and the pizzeria where the family was having dinner didn't have a key to open the machine.
“I had been checking on the kids every couple of minutes to make sure they were still playing nicely and all of a sudden, my daughter ran over to me and said Ezra was in the machine,” Kelsey Ingersoll told AL.com. “It literally took him seconds!”
Firefighters responded to the scene and cut open the top of the machine to rescue 2 two-year-old. Ezra also was able to garner the toy he wanted so badly and came out uninjured.