Boy trapped between escalator and wall rescued by firefighters in China #shorts

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Boy trapped between escalator and wall rescued by firefighters in China #shorts” – below is their description.

A boy got his head trapped in the gap between an escalator and a wall in a shopping centre in central China’s Henan province. Thanks to a quick-thinking passer-by and firefighters, the boy was not seriously hurt.

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