Kingston: State Police get report of a child with a goldfish stuck up their nose

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Wednesday night State Police received reports of a fishy situation.

State Police and Kingston Police confirmed they received a report of a child with a goldfish stuck up their nose, right around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday night.

It’s not clear, however, whether it was a true goldfish, or if it was a goldfish snack cracker.

Crews responded to Route 3 South, just north of Exit 8. When they arrived, they located the reporting party, and Kingston fire officials said paramedics on scene deemed there was no need for a transport to a local hospital.

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