Fire crew called out after 11-month-old child is locked in house

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Fire crew called out after 11-month-old child is locked in house

A crew from Maidenhead Fire Station helped parents whose 11-month-old child had accidentally been locked in their house.

At about 3.30pm, a father had gone to put the rubbish out in Fairview Road, Taplow, while the mother was at work.

While he was out, a door in the house shut and locked, preventing him from getting back to the child.

The mother did not have a key for it either.

A fire crew was called to the house, where they used a ladder to get into a window that had been left open, and unlocked the door.

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