Kaytlyn Campbell, a 2-year-old from Lexington, Ky., wasn't very comforted by the stuffed animals around her when she got stuck inside an arcade game on Tuesday.
The toddler crawled through the small hole usually used to dispense toys. She was spotted by a customer at the laundromat -- where the arcade game was located -- who saw the girl's head pop up among the toys.
Thanks to fast-acting firefighters, Campbell was soon rescued from the game, WKYT.com reports.
However, getting the toddler out of the game proved to be pretty tricky. First, firefighters tried picking the lock. When that didn't work they sawed the game open, WDKY.com reports.
"We were trying to, you know, distract her, and keep her calm the best we could," Maj. Joe Madden told the news source.
Kaytlyn was given two stuffed animals for her bravery, WAVE.com reports.