Woman Rescued After Getting Head Stuck In Truck’s Exhaust Pipe

At the Winstock Country Music Festival Bentley headlined in Winsted, Minn., over the weekend, a young woman needed assistance dislodging her head from a truck tailpipe in what WCMH labels an "exhaust-ing ordeal".

She was eventually rescued by firefighters who had to use a power saw to get her free according to WCCO TV.

It's not known exactly how the woman got herself in that predicament.

Introducing 19-year-old Kaitlyn Strom, the hero country music needs. The first time she apparently was able to get out OK.

A five-second video of rescuers working to free the teenager quickly went viral after being posted on Facebook the following day.

The McLeod County Sheriff's office said they cited her for underage drinking.

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'So I tried it.

She took to Facebook, sharing a picture holding the exhaust pipe, with the caption: "Yeah I'm the tail pipe girl, watchu know about it?"

"Who knows this girl", the post said.

"A lot of people don't realize how serious it was".

There's no word on who's going to foot the bill for the impromptu modification to the truck's exhaust pipe. "We were just all having fun and I saw this big exhaust pipe and I was like, 'Hey, my head could probably fit in that, ' Kaitlyn said during an interview with Hutchinson Leader. It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out".

She said she's not surprised the incident went viral, but wants people to know it wasn't as amusing as it looked.

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