Person trapped in art installation rescued — then hit with a charge


Fire crews in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada recently rescued a person who was trapped inside the Talus Dome art installation — then he was charged with one count of mischief, according to CTV News. 

The Talus Dome is a collection of 1,000 stainless steel spheres that resemble a pile of rocks and is the work of artist Richard Tosczak. Well, that installation did end up with a bit of damage after Edmonton Fire Rescue Services needed to use the jaws of life, a saw, and other heavy rescue equipment to make a path for the man to escape. The man also caused damage by climbing on the structure. 

He was charged with one count of mischief over $5,000 and released.


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