Derbyshire toddler's lucky escape from locked car

Baby Noah was locked in a car and Derbyshire Fire and Rescue service had to smash a window to free him.

Friday, 20th October 2017, 4:13 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 1:11 pm
Toddler noah was rescued by the fire service after the car locked with the keys on the seat

Today, Friday, October 20 at around 12pm firefighters from Staveley were called to a shopping centre in Killamarsh.

On arrival, they found 14-month old Noah locked in his mum’s car, strapped into his seat.

A Derbyshire Fire and Rescue spokesman said: “A set of keys had been left on the front seat of the car, which had in turn locked Noah’s mum out.

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“Firefighters tried gaining access into the car by popping the locks, however they were unable to do so as it was deadlocked.

“In the end they had to brake the window the gain access.

“Little Noah is safe and sound now after his little adventure.”