TikTokker, 13, who crashed four-wheeler in livestream is rescued after boy, 12, watching 800 miles away calls for help

A BOY called for help after witnessing another young boy crushed by a four-wheeler during a TikTok livestream.

Caden Cotnoir, a 13-year-old boy who lives in Gilmanton, West Virginia, called for help when he saw Trent Jarrett, 12, crash his automobile over 800 miles away in New Hampshire.


Caden Cotnoir, seen here, called for help when he saw another TikTokker crash on a livestream[/caption]

TikTok/Trent Jarrett

Trent was riding his ATV when he crashed[/caption]

“All of a sudden his phone goes kind of blank, you can see a little bit of light and you can just hear him yelling for help,” Caden told WMUR.

Apparently, the two boys share a love for hunting, fishing, and four-wheeling, which led Caden to follow Trent on the social media app.

After the crash, Caden heard the teen yelling out numbers: his grandparents’ house phone number.

It was the only number he could remember, Trent told reporters.


Trent was rescued in 20 minutes[/caption]


The teens were playing around on TikTok[/caption]


Caden lives in New Hampshire, while Trent lives in West Virginia over 800 miles away[/caption]

Caden alerted his step-father, who is the chief of Gilmanton police.

“He did was he was supposed to do and got the right people and it worked out. It was an Easter miracle,” his step-father said.

After 10 minutes under the four wheeler, Trent’s parents found him.

He only sustained minor cuts and bruises. 

The two TikTokkers were able to meet via Zoom on Monday.

TikTok/Trent Jarrett

Trent crashed in a livestream[/caption]

TikTok/Trent Jarrett

The boy suffered minor injuries[/caption]


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