Firefighters Sing "Let It Go" to Calm Girl During Rescue


It's no wonder "Frozen" just became the top animated film ever.

Mar 31, 2014 | 02:36 PM

There's a new version of "Frozen's" "Let It Go" that gives "The Most Adorable Version Yet" a run for its money. 

It's from Reading, Massachusetts, where firefighters belted out this year's Oscar winner for Best Original Song to help calm down a little girl who had gotten stuck in an elevator with her mom and baby brother.  

"When they put the ladder down that's when she kind of started freaking out a little bit," said mom Kristen Kerr, describing her 4-year-old daughter Kaelyn's reaction to the helpful firefighters.  

That's when firefighters John Keough and Scott Myette, both of whom have young children, decided to sing the song in order to calm Kaelyn down and bond with her.

"I'm slightly embarrassed to admit this, but yeah, I pretty much knew all of [the words]," Myette said. "It's not a bad song, it just gets stuck in your head a bit," he added. Kaelyn had seen "Frozen" more than a dozen times.  

"Frozen" just became the top-grossing animated movie ever, passing "Toy Story 3" and pushing its worldwide box office to an estimated $1.072 billion.  

Cover: Fox 25 

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