Firefighters rescue two children locked in cars

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A BABY thought to be six months old was locked in a car.

Luckily, the infant was asleep.

The child’s mother accidentally locked the keys inside the vehicle.

One crew from Cosham fire station were called to the incident, which happened in Queen Alexandra Hospital, just before 1pm yesterday.

They unlocked the door, and the baby was found to be safe.

A similar incident also took place in Gosport.

Firefighters were called to a supermarket car park, 
after a three-year-old 
child was locked inside a vehicle.

One crew from Gosport fire station were called to the Asda store, in Dock Road, Gosport.

The call came in to the station at 2.15pm, yesterday.

Firefighters helped to rescue the child.

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