Six different surveillance cameras capturing just how quickly a toddler can get into trouble at the busiest airport in the world. The two-year-old darting away from his mother who is printing a boarding pass at check-in and inspecting a nearby conveyer belt for checked baggage behind a ticketing desk, then hoisting himself up. Just seconds later his mom rushing over in a panic. The agents stopping the belt but not soon enough. The boy was swept into a baggage room, where he tried crawling over luggage to avoid this screening machine when a purple suitcase pushes him inside.
He pops out, heading up another conveyer, now crying before finally sliding into a room full of TSA agents who scooped him up five minutes after the ordeal began. At that moment he became all of our child, you know. We want to take care of him. The boy's hand was injured but he's expected to be okay. His mother told authorities she only looked away for a second. Airport officials now reviewing the tapes to make sure this never happens again.
1.get into trouble出乱子；惹麻烦
Perhaps I shouldn't say that — I might get into trouble.
The nation was urged to pull together to avoid a slide into complete chaos