MINNESOTA — A young woman was attending the Winstock Music Festival in Minnesota when she apparently got her head stuck in the tailpipe of a truck, KARE 11 reports.
Kaitlyn Strom, 19, commented saying she was just hanging out with friends and "having fun" when she "saw the exhaust pipe and thought she could probably fit in that."
It was the first day of the festival when Strom got her head stuck in the tailpipe for around 45 minutes, reports Fox News.
Strom told the Hutchinson Leader newspaper, she "was confused" and "didn't know what was going on."
She also said she "trusted everyone who was around … to get me out safely."
The Winsted Fire Department was called to "cut off the exhaust pipe" and free Strom's head, reports the Hutchinson Leader newspaper.
After Strom's head was freed, she was taken for a medical test and "cited for underage drinking" by the McLeod County Sheriff's Department, KARE 11 reports.
The video of Strom's rescue has gone viral on social media, having more than two million views.
Strom later posted a picture on Facebook holding the exhaust pipe her head was stuck in and wrote, "Yeah I'm the tail pipe girl, whatchu know about it?"