Woman found naked in storm drain rescued again from underground tunnel

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A naked woman who was rescued Florida storm drain in March has been rescued again after finding herself stuck in another underground system in Texas.

Lyndsey Jane Kennedy, 43, was found naked in the eight-foot deep storm drain after a passerby heard her cries for help on March 3.

But now, the same woman got herself stuck in a six-foot drain pipe in Texas on Saturday, May 29.

Speaking to a CBS TV station, her mother informed reporters that Kennedy had recently been checked into a rehab centre before wandering off and was reported missing.

She was last seen in the area near the Dallas suburbs of Grand Prairie and Arlington as her family were tracking her using location services on her phone, authorities said.

Kennedy’s friend Brady Morgan claims she slipped into a nearby storm drain after officers from Grand Prairie Police Department when they spotted her.

Her loved ones dropped food and drinks down nearby manhole covers to sustain her as she waited to be rescued.

Relatives explained to the news broadcaster that Kennedy was on psychiatric hold in the centre she wandered from as she suffers from psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder from years of being in an abusive relationship.

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Back in March, she had been rescued from a storm drain in Florida in an incident that officers described as the "most bizarre" case they've ever responded to.

A passerby had alerted authorities after hearing cries from the underground tunnel system.

Kennedy had allegedly she went for a swim in a canal near her boyfriend's home in Palm Beach County, Florida before ending up in the drain.

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The New York Post obtained a police incident report which reveals more details about how she ended up in the subterranean tunnel systems.

It reads: “She claimed that she became curious as to where the tunnel led and continued to follow it. That tunnel led to another tunnel and so on until she realized that she was lost.

"Kennedy claimed she had been walking around the sewer system for approximately 3 weeks."

Delray Beach Fire Rescue spokesperson Dani Moschella told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper at the time of the rescue: "I don’t know how much longer she would have been OK down there.

"The idea that somebody might be down there for any length of time is disturbing. It’s dirty, dangerous, there’s snakes, rats, garbage, dirt and leaves, anything that’s on the street that washes into a sewer, and it smells terrible."

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