Seattle firefighters rescue 13-year-old boy trapped inside car after crash in parking lot

Firefighters in Seattle rescued a 13-year-old boy from a car that crashed in a parking lot and got stuck in a vertical position over a railing on Saturday.

The incident happened around 3:40 p.m. in the 2400 block of 14th Avenue South in the North Beacon Hill neighborhood, the Seattle Fire Department said.

Officers said the 13-year-old got stuck inside the car after the vehicle went over a carport and landed below.

Crews worked for 40 minutes and rescued the boy, who was unharmed, the department said.

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Seattle fire officials said the boy was rescued and unharmed following the crash.
(Seattle Fire Department)

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Fire officials told KOMO News that the teen was the only person inside the car and somehow accidentally hit the gas pedal.