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CanadaSeven-year-old gets head stuck under railing on Halifax ferry

19:36  08 november  2018
19:36  08 november  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Halifax is the largest city in Canada’s Atlantic Provinces and also an international port. The overnight ferry will depart each port in the afternoon and arrive in the morning at the other, with layover in either port during the day.

Seven-year-old gets head stuck under railing on Halifax ferry © Alicia Draus / Global News Emergency crews helped a young boy who got his head stuck under a railing on the Viola Desmond ferry.

Emergency screws were called to the Halifax ferry terminal just before 11 a.m. Thursday morning.

A spokesperson for the municipality said a young boy got his head stuck under the railing on the ferry deck.

The seven-year-old boy had been riding on the top deck of the Viola Desmond ferry.

Halifax Fire and EHS helped free the young boy, who was uninjured.

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