A drunken woman was rescued on Wednesday after being stuck on a clothes hanger outside windows in Changzhou in east China's Jiangsu Province.
A team of firefighters rushed to a residential building in Changzhou as a woman was found sitting on a clothes hanger outside the windows of the fourth floor on Wednesday morning.
The woman was sitting on one of the iron bars of the hanger while resting her hands on the two upper bars. The bar under her body was already out of shape due to the pressure.
The firefighters broke into her home in an attempt to pull her out from the inside.
The iron bar at the bottom suddenly broke off just the minute when the rescuers put a safety belt around the woman.
Fortunately, one firefighter reached out to catch her before the woman could fall off.
The woman was then pulled out of the clothes hanger unscathed.
The rescued woman in her 20s was found reeking of booze, and refused to respond to any questions.
The reason why she had climbed out of windows and ended up in the clothes hanger is still under investigation.
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