A would-be-burglar needed to be rescued by firefighters after he bought himself caught in a chimney throughout an tried residence theft in Maryland, police mentioned.
Montgomery County police responded to a reported tried theft at a Silver Spring residence at round 5:30 a.m. on Saturday the place they discovered the person who’d tried to interrupt in had gotten himself caught.
It’s not clear how the person bought himself within the chimney, officers mentioned.
Two dozen firemen arrived on scene to help with the rescue, and labored for over 90 minutes to get the person out of the chimney, taking it aside brick by brick, in line with Montgomery County Fireplace & Rescue Service Spokesman Pete Piringer.
Video from the scene reveals a number of firefighters from the Montgomery County Fireplace Division on the foot of the chimney with an enormous gap busted by the wall discussing one of the simplest ways to extricate the person. Pictures from the scene present the responders utilizing ladders shovels and different rescue gear.
The person’s identification was not instantly obtainable. It’s not clear whether or not the person has been charged.