A one-and-a-half-year-old Indian child who inexplicably got his head stuck inside a pressure cooker is brought to the hospital by his parents. He desperately cries. Doctors and nurses around him console and reassure him while they try their best to remove the pot from his head with their hands. At one point, they realise that the child's head is completely stuck, so they decide to use a grinder to dismantle the pot. Footage shows the medical team, led by Dr. Farhat Khan, cutting the pressure cooker in half. The family of the child said they don't have a clue about how the little boy’s head got stuck in the pot. The child sustained minor wounds when his parents attempted to pull off the pressure cooker, but he is now doing well. The clip was filmed at the SM Charitable Hospital in the city of Agra, India's Uttar Pradesh, on August 28.
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