Woman goes viral after getting head stuck in exhaust pipe

The exhaust pipe briefly went in display in the local bar after footage of the rescue went viral

The exhaust pipe briefly went in display in the local bar after footage of the rescue went viral

The local fire department was called in, and used a power saw to help get her out.

Kaitlyn Strom was at the Winstock Country Music Festival in the town of Winsted on Friday when she made a decision to go where few people have gone before.

It didn't take long for her ordeal to turn up online either, with one onlooker filming Strom with her head stuck up the exhaust pipe and uploading the video to Facebook. "It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out", Kaitlyn continued.

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Video posted to Facebook shows the woman sitting on the ground as emergency services attempt to free her.

To add insult to injury, police cited her for underage drinking after she was freed and had a routine medical checkup to see if she hadn't been hurt in the freakish accident.

"To not stick my head in a tailpipe", she told the Hutchinson Leader. She was rescued and apparently unharmed after spending 45 minutes with her head stuck.

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"A lot of people don't realize how serious it was", she told the Leader.

"I'm just brushing it off, because that's expected to happen", she said.

'He has already fixed his exhaust and is going to be working on that.

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"I remember getting my head unstuck, and I just looked at him and apologized, and he said, 'No, I'm just glad you're OK". "Even (the people) with the mean comments - for teaching me who I don't want to be like and how to be a strong and not care and be bothered by what people say".

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