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Man rescued from Moncton dumpster

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A man had to be rescued from a Moncton, N.B., dumpster that was emptied into a garbage truck Wednesday morning.

The driver heard someone yelling from the dumpster and police and fire crews responded to the scene, using a ladder to help the person climb out.

Moncton Fire platoon chief Paul Bruens said the man wasn’t injured.

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