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Teen Gets Hand Stuck in Smithsonian Escalator

It took fire and EMS crews 40 minutes to free the young boy.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


WASHINGTON (MyFoxDC) - A 14-year-old boy's hand got stuck in an escalator at the Smithsonian Metro station Tuesday evening. It took about 40 minutes for fire and rescue personnel to free the teen from the escalator, who had four of his fingers trapped.

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