Pennsylvania Fire Crew Frees Woman With Hand Stuck in ATM
MCKEES ROCKS, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania cash machine apparently took all those cracks about service fees costing an arm and a leg a little too seriously.
Firefighters had to free a woman who got her hand stuck in the ATM at a suburban Pittsburgh bank on Monday.
Moon Run Fire Chief Paul Kashmer tells WPXI-TV that his crew used special equipment to free the woman, after she got her hand stuck in the automated teller machine at a First Commonwealth bank in the Allegheny County community of Robinson.
The bank says it's grateful the woman wasn't badly hurt.
The rescue was the department's second strange call in less than a year. Moon Run firefighters freed a toddler who climbed into a toy machine at a mall in December.
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