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See this grateful man, 26, get rescued from chimney after forgetting his keys

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If your last name isn’t Claus, stay out of chimneys. Firefighters had to rescue a 26-year-old man last Sunday after he forgot his keys and thought that going through the chimney would be the best way to get back inside his house. When firefighters found him, his feet were touching the floor, but the space was too tight to squeeze through.