Two inmates at a Quebec prison escaped Sunday night by climbing up a rope to a waiting helicopter—but they were both caught within hours. Police said Monday that four people had been arrested for taking part in the escape, including the inmates, Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau, 33, and Danny Provencal, 36. Hudon-Barbeau was arrested Sunday evening, and police later located Provencal, who at first holed himself up in a building, but then surrendered peacefully. Hudon-Barbeau allegedly called a radio station Sunday, saying he was “ready to die” because of his treatment in jail. The jail’s warden said the pair had grabbed a rope from a helicopter to break out—something a correctional-services manager said was the most dramatic escape he had seen in 30 years working at the facility.
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