Crew rescue man stuck in grease vent of empty restaurant

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A man ‘trying to rob’ an abandoned Chinese restaurant has been rescued from the grease vent, where officials say he had been trapped for two days.
The Alameda County sheriff’s office said deputies and firefighters were called to the vacant building in San Lorenzo on Wednesday after someone heard cries for help.
The Alameda County Fire Department said: ‘The response was upgraded to a rescue. 
‘An adult male was extricated from the vent system within 30 minutes of firefighters arriving at the scene.’ 

Officials say he had been trapped for two days. Deputies and firefighters were called to the vacant building on Wednesday after someone heard cries for help
The police department said that when officials arrived they found the grease-covered man stuck inside the metal vent.
Sgt. Ray Kelly told the San Francisco Chronicle the man was in generally good condition despite being exposed to the elements.
Kelly says the unidentified man was taken to a hospital, and deputies will decide later whether to book him into jail or issue a citation.

The Alameda County Fire Department said: ‘The response was upgraded to a rescue’

The man was in generally good condition despite being exposed to the elements

The unidentified man was taken to a hospital, and deputies will decide later whether to book him into jail or issue a citation