Kitten Rescued From Car in Weston

A kitten got an assist from the Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue when it became stuck in a car in Weston Monday

Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014  |  Updated 5:46 AM EDT
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A kitten got an assist from the Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue when it became stuck in a car in Weston Monday.

A kitten got an assist from the Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue when it became stuck in a car in Weston Monday.

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A kitten got an assist from the Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue when it became stuck in a car in Weston Monday.

Fire Rescue workers responded around 5 p.m. to the 1200 block of Fairlake Boulevard when the kitten was reported in the engine compartment of a Mercedes.

The driver said the kitten had been in there for about three hours and had been holed up on the driver's side between the fender and wheel well.

After about 30 minutes of trying to coax the kitten out, firefighters used an extinguisher with a little bit of pressure to try and get the kitten out.

One of the firefighters was able to gently the remove the kitten.

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