Monday, January 4, 2010

Caught Escaping

He was presumably hoping to kick of 2010 a free man on the run but it seems he forgot to meticulously plan his escape route.
Prisoner Roberto Carrillo attempted to flee his cell in a Mexican jail in Valle Hermoso on New Year's Eve.
The 42-year-old tried to squeeze himself between the gap between the roof of the prison and the bars of his cell.
Well and truly stuck: Prisoner Roberto Carillo had to be cut free by guards after trying to escape his Mexican jail cell on New Year's Eve.
But instead of sneaking through, he ended up completely stuck and hanging upside down.
Journalism Fails:
Metal-cutting is not done with chainsaws; they need specialized blades and are unsafe for anybody nearby.
Clearly shown in the picture is a hydraulic jaw-spreader, or "The Jaws of Life" are standard equipment for fire/rescue services, used in just this way.
Metal cutting is commonly done with hacksaws, or for thin metal, jaw-cutters, abrasive disc cutters and oxy-acetylene. Chain saw? Never.

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