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Arizona firefighters rescue girl stuck in chimney

Firefighters had to rescue a 17-year-old girl who was trapped in a chimney in Phoenix, Arizona, on Wednesday night (November 27).

According to local media, the girl was locked out of her home and instead of calling for help, she tried to enter through her chimney where she later got stuck and had to call the police.

Firefighters arrived on scene and after nearly 45 minutes they were able to rescue her from the chimney.

She emerged covered in soot and was taken to the hospital. According to media, she suffered no physical injuries.

(Production: Nathan Frandino)

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