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Florida Woman Pulled from Storm Drain for Third Time in 2 Years

Wednesday was the third occasion in just more than two years that a woman had to be extricated from a storm drain. The Delray Beach police department stated that they responded to a complaint about a person who may have been in danger while swimming in a canal close to Lindell Boulevard.

The police say that when they asked the woman if she needed assistance, she disregarded them and climbed into a storm drain pipe instead of responding. Off the coast of Florida, a boy of 12 years old catches a great white shark.

Officers reported that the woman refused to come out and started crawling further inside the pipe when she was ordered to. The female was prevented from escaping by the firefighters by placing her between two sections of pipe.

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She was rescued, according to the police, by members of the Delray Beach Fire Rescue Special Operations team who used a rescue harness and a ladder. It appeared as though Lyndsey Kennedy, the woman who was found, had had just minor injuries. She was checked out at the hospital after being taken there.

According to the police, Kennedy was pulled from a storm sewer in March of 2021 as well. According to WPTV, Kennedy’s boyfriend made a report of her disappearance in the month of March 2021. Twenty days later, firefighters and rescue personnel discovered her trapped in a storm drain.

After swimming in a canal, Kennedy is said to have entered the drainage system, but she later became disoriented and became lost while traveling through the tunnels for several weeks. Two months after the incident in question, the news station claimed that authorities in Texas had stated that Kennedy was missing. She was eventually discovered in a storm drain in Grand Prairie, Texas, in the United States.

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