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September 10, 2013 at 5:34 AM

Tacoma firefighters rescue man stuck in chimney

TACOMA (AP) — Firefighters knocked through the side of a chimney early Tuesday to rescue a man who was stuck inside.

KIRO reports it happened at a Tacoma house that had been converted to apartments.

The chimney was not in use and it’s unclear how the 24-year-old man got inside. He was not injured.

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