Evans stated the incident occurred at a Beef "O" Brady's restaurant.
Fortunately a local off-duty firefighter was on hand and the boy was soon extracted.
After a shedding a few tears, Mason was reunited with his mom, and he got to pick out a stuffed animal. He asked for someone to call 911 and firefighters from a nearby station helped get the boy, named Mason, out in a short period of time. Luckily for Mason, whose family was eating at the restaurant where the machine was located, an off-duty fire lieutenant was eating at the same facility and assessed the situation.
'Engine 10 led by Lt. Abernathy, made short work of the situation.
'We love a happy ending and are glad everything worked out, ' the department said. "Pretty sure it won't be the same as their last".
"He came out with some toys", said Titusville Fire Department Battalion Chief Greg Sutton who was at the scene, the newspaper reported. The Associated Press reports that it took only 5 minutes to get him out.
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