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Carrie Underwood, Brother-in-Law Break Into Car to Rescue Infant Son



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    Singer Carrie Underwood attends the 2015 CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone Arena on June 10, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee.

    New mom Carrie Underwood had quite the frightening Saturday morning when the country singer discovered her son and dogs were accidentally locked inside her car.

    "When your dogs manage to lock themselves, all your stuff &the baby in the car &you have to break a window to get in," she tweeted Saturday morning. "#WhatAreTheChances."

    The "American Idol" winner later clarified that it was actually her brother-in-law that smashed the window in order to save her four-month-old baby Isaiah and dogs.

    As soon as the tweet was sent out, mothers and fans alike responded with their own story relating or sympathizing with the incident.

    Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott showed her support for the famous mom by tweeting, "@CarrieUnderwood Oh. My. Word. I know your heart stopped!! Glad all your babies are okay!!!"

    Beth Behrs added, "OMG! Terrifying!!!"

    While Underwood continues to balance a busy work schedule that includes new music and a fitness clothing line, she said it's baby Isaiah and husband Mike Fisher that continue to make everyday special.

    "They have my heart..." Underwood wrote on Instagram after her main man recently captured a father-son moment.

    Fisher added, "Me and my little man #lifeisgood."