FDNY rescues 2 allegedly drunk people stuck in chimney in Lower East Side building

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LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — A man and woman were rescued after they scaled down a chimney in a seven-floor building while intoxicated and got stuck Saturday morning, police say.

The two people, allegedly drunk, were visiting a friend on the third floor of 17 Allen St. when they decided to scale down the chimney, police said.

Police and FDNY arrived at the building at 7:37 a.m. and had to break unto the House of Marley on the seventh floor to get to the two people, who have been identified as Gregory Massuelle, 28, and Alexia Elodie, 25.

They were pulled to safety through the wall.

Elodie was taken to the hospital with minor back abrasions and Massuelle, suffered a minor bruise to his right knee, police said.

Both were not arrested.

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