Brevard Fire Rescue Crew Assists Four-Year-Old Remove Ring That Was Stuck on Her Finger Off

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After modifying the ring cutter, and a few tears later, the ring was safely removed

The crew from Station 83 had a unique rescue of sorts on Sunday. A four-year-old got a ring stuck on her finger and couldn’t get it off. After modifying the ring cutter, making adjustments, and a few tears later, the ring was safely removed. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The crew from Station 83 had a unique rescue of sorts on Sunday. A four-year-old got a ring stuck on her finger and couldn’t get it off. After modifying the ring cutter, making adjustments, and a few tears later, the ring was safely removed.

The best part? A picture with the Brevard County Fire Rescue crew, which can be seen above.

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This is accomplished through their enduring commitment to excellence, strong sense of self-worth, and development of community partnerships.

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The crew from Station 83 had a unique rescue of sorts on Sunday. A four-year-old got a ring stuck on her finger and couldn’t get it off.  (BCFR image)
After modifying the ring cutter, making adjustments, and a few tears later, the ring was safely removed. (BCFR image)

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