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Quebec inmates escape from jail by climbing rope into helicopter

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Two Quebec inmates escaped prison Sunday by climbing a rope into a hovering helicopter, according to CBS.

Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau, 36, and Danny Provencal, 33, escaped in broad daylight from a jail northwest of Montreal, according to the New York Times.

Quebec police say they arrested three people, including Hudon-Barbeau, about 30 miles north of the jail. They are still searching for Povencal, according to CBS.

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