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.

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