Toddler left in locked car

A TODDLER was transported to the Kingaroy Hospital earlier today in a stable condition after he was rescued from a locked car.

The boy's grandmother accidentally locked him in the car at about 9.45am.

Ambulance and Fire and Rescue officers were called the scene at West Rd Wondai.

A Queensland Fire and Rescue spokeswomen said it was a straightforward extraction.

"It doesn't seem they needed to use the jaws of life and the toddler a was out by 10.03am," she said.

Murgon Senior Sergeant Lance Guteridge said the mater was resolved quickly and given it was an accident the police won't be taking any action.

South Burnett

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