Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

Kay Stewart was recently forced to take drastic action after her daughter revealed her bizarre situation.

Harper Stewart, 2, had rushed to her mother’s side after her toilet-training had gone south.

The toddler had decided to see if her head could fit inside the hole in her potty.

Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

Because it couldn’t, big sister Shannon, 16, was forced to make an embarrassing call to Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service.

Kay’s efforts to get Harper’s head out of the toilet seat with washing-up liquid were futile.

The 37-year-old said: ‘I had turned away for a second when I heard cries of “Mammy I’m stuck!” coming from the bathroom.

‘I rushed in and found Harper standing in the bathroom with the potty seat around her neck.

‘I called Shannon for help and we both tried to get it off but nothing was working.

Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

‘Harper was really upset so Shannon called the emergency services.

‘They turned up with their blue lights going and the kids loved it, the firefighters were so calming and kept the other kids busy whilst helping Harper.

‘It was brilliant to see how quick they helped us get it off and Harper gave the firefighter a big hug to say thank you.

‘They even put their lights on and gave them a big wave before heading off.

Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

‘I was so grateful for their help that evening.’

As firefighters assisted in removing the toilet seat from around Harper’s head, the station manager at Wallsend Community Fire Station referred to her as a “super star.”

‘Harper was a super star and was very brave which helped the firefighters complete the rescue,’ he remarked.

‘Green Watch were with Kay and her family in just a matter of minutes, and used small tools to remove the toilet seat from Harper’s head.

‘Something that she had to be very still for and can be really frightening for such a little person.

Harper Stewart: What we know about 2-year-old Girl found with Toilet set wedged on her Head

‘I want to thank the crew for their professionalism at this incident, sometimes when you turn up people are really panicked and it’s about remaining calm and calming others.

‘I’m so glad the crew were able to support and assist Kay and her family and we hope Harper doesn’t find herself stuck again and wish her well with the potty training.

‘No two days are the same in this job and we really do have to be prepared for anything.’

source:nsemwokrom.com

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