Beloit Firefighters who were called out to the scene of a duckling rescue Thursday quickly saw the nature of the call elevated when, just as they arrived on scene, they were notified of a baby who had accidentally been locked inside a hot car. Fire officials say they arrived on scene of the duckling rescue at Third Street and West Grand Avenue when they were notified that a woman had accidentally locked their keys and their young child in their car nearby. Officials say the baby was only locked inside the car for three minutes and Beloit Police responded to assist with unlocking tools. The baby was safe, and firefighters said it was a very hot day. Firefighters were then able to turn their full attention to the rescue of the ducklings, which was also successful.