Paramedics called after child gets stuck in basketball hoop

POLICE rescue and paramedics have been called to a Northern Rivers school after a student got stuck in a basketball hoop.

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said paramedics were called to the school about 9am.

"We received a report that a student had pulled a basketball hoop over themselves and can't get it off," the spokesman said.

The spokesman said it appeared the basketball ring wasn't attached to a backboard.

Police rescue are responding to remove the basketball hoop.



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