FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WKRG) - An Alabama 2-year-old is back in his mother's arms, after spending some time in the clutches of the "claw."
Ezra Ingersoll's mom tells WKRG that her little boy got a little too curious Monday night at a Fairhope restaurant and crawled inside the claw machine filled with brightly-colored toys.
Pictures and videos from Kelsey Ingersoll show the dilemma little Ezra got himself into, and how firefighters came to the rescue.
Ingersoll said no one at the restaurant had a key to the machine, so they actually had to take it apart to get Ezra out.
"Only my child," Ingersoll wrote on her Facebook page. "He is ok now and going to bed!"
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