During the afternoon of Wednesday, January 17, the Guadalajara Police rescued a man who was trapped in the sewer system of the capital of Jalisco.
GUADALAJARA, JALISCO.- The Guadalajara Municipal Police announced through their X account (formerly Twitter) that the Missing Persons Search Unit (UBPD) of the capital of Jalisco carried out the rescue of a man who remained trapped inside the sewer system of the Santa Cecilia neighborhood for four days.
Residents of the area reported that they heard a man calling for help, apparently inside the drain. After confirming that there was a man there, police agents mobilized to carry out the corresponding rescue maneuvers.
According to what was reported, the 44-year-old man explained that four days ago he entered the sewage system near the intersection of Lorenzo Barcelata and Agustín Lara. However, he could no longer get out and since then he had been walking through the ducts to look for a way out, until he found a lid that he could move to call for help.
Once the man was outside, they provided him with medical attention. The affected person was suffering from malnutrition and dehydration due to the lack of food and water during the days he remained in the area.
San Miguel Times