Woman gets head stuck in truck exhaust pipe


A young woman endured an exhaust-ing ordeal when she got her head stuck in a truck's oversized tailpipe at a Minnesota music festival.

Firefighters were called in and had to use a power saw to cut the Ms Strom free.

Unfortunately, although her head did fit into the pipe, she was unable to pull it out, resulting in fire crews freeing her with an electric saw and this now-viral video on Facebook.

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The local sheriff's office said once she was freed from the pipe, she was cited for underage drinking and escorted off the festival grounds, the AP said.

The woman was later identified as 19-year-old Kaitlyn Strom. Later, Pipe Girl posted, "Yes, I'm the tail pipe girl, whatchu know about it?" So, I guess that's how she found herself in the exhaust pipe. It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out'.

"I have got to hear her side of the story".

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Her 45-minute predicament earned her 15 minutes of fame thanks to a six second video that raced around the internet.

"Even [the people] with the mean comments for teaching me who I don't want to be like and how to be strong and not care and be bothered by what people say", Kaitlyn said addressing her haters. "A lot of people don't realize how serious it was. But, I trusted everyone who was around that knew to get me out safely", Kaitlyn added.

"I remember getting my head unstuck, and I just looked at him and apologised, and he said, "No, I'm just glad you're OK".

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