Woman falls headfirst in toilet trying to retrieve phone, firefighters help with rescue

A lady in Washington state had to be saved by firemen after she mistakenly dropped her smartphone down the pit of an outhouse in a national forest and fell in while attempting to collect it.

According to Brinnon Fire Department Chief Tim Manly, the lady was at the top of Mount Walker in the Olympic National Forest northwest of Seattle on Tuesday when her phone dropped into the toilet.

Manly said she removed the toilet seat and used dog collars to try to obtain the phone, finally tying herself up as she lunged for it. That attempt fizzled, and she slid headfirst into the toilet.

Manly explained that they didn’t function admirably and she went in. The lady was alone and attempted to flee for 10 to 15 minutes. When she regained access to her phone, she dialed 911, according to Manly.

Firefighters responded by passing her blocks to stand on in order to reach a harness, which they used to lift her out of the vault. According to the Brinnon Fire Department, the lady said she was unharmed.

She washed down and “strongly recommended to seek medical assistance after being exposed to human feces,” according to the agency.

Manly explained that he has been doing this for 40 years, and that was a first for him.

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