MUST SEE : Inmates Escape Jail in Trash Cans

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Kentucky (CNN)– It looks like something out of a movie.

Two inmates using trash bins to escape from a Kentucky prison. Authorities say the suspects were rolled out in the bins by fellow inmates. They then popped out and made their escape from the Louisville Metro Corrections Center. Thankfully, both suspects were later apprehended by police and three inmates are now facing charges for helping the two men escape.

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