Firemen rescue man stuck up chimney

Firefighters in Washington bored a hole through bricks this week to rescue a man who had got himself stuck inside a 20-inch wide chimney space.

The young man was not hurt and was not suspected of a crime, but it’s unclear why he apparently climbed into the unused chimney, Tacoma Battalion Chief Dyre Fudge said.

“Stories range from ‘hide and seek” to ‘repairing the ceiling. Nobody was able to get the straight story,” Fudge said.

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