A woman in Utah got locked in her car last week and had to call police to help her get out.
Check this out:
When police arrived, they found the woman sitting in the car, unable to get herself out. She couldn’t hear the officers instructions through the rolled-up windows so she motioned to them to call her on her cell phone, according to police.
Her battery had died, so the power locks wouldn't work. So the police called her cell phone and told her how to manually unlock the door by sliding the lock switch over.
My favorite part of the story is the accompanying graphic that says "Trapped by technology."
Actually, I think she was trapped by something else.