A U.S. teenager has ended up in an awkward position at a Minnesota music festival.
Firefighters had to use a power saw - very carefully - after a young woman got her head stuck in a truck's oversize tailpipe at a Minnesota music festival last weekend. It is not clear why she did so.
Said and done. Seconds later, Kaitlyn realized she couldn't pull her head out, so she was stuck there for nearly an hour, until firefighters came and power-sawed her free.
The McLeod County Sheriff's Office told KARE-TV that Strom was cited for underage drinking and escorted out of the music festival.
"I did not know him, but everyone who was around me knew him", she said. A Facebook video of the ordeal has been viewed over 2 million times.
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Introducing 19-year-old Kaitlyn Strom, the hero country music needs. As it turns out, this also implied having one drink too many - enough to get her thinking sticking her head in a large truck's exhaust pipe would be the most awesome thing she could do. "So I tried it". It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out'. In all, she was stuck for a little over 45 minutes, and was given a medical exam right after she was freed.
She said she's not surprised the incident went viral, but wants people to know it wasn't as amusing as it looked.
In a tell-all piece, she told Stephen Wiblemo what went through her head before she jammed it into the pipe.
'He has already fixed his exhaust and is going to be working on that.