Arizonafirefighters efficiently rescued a person who had crawled right into a storm drain and remained caught there for days. 

The man, who was not named, waved at some individuals who had been passing and defined his state of affairs. What he didn’t inform them was that he had been caught for 2 days and a mile from the place he had entered the system. 

Glendale and Peoria Fire technical rescue personnel lowered a ladder into the drain and helped the person climb out. 

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Officials say the person, in his 30s, climbed into the system at a park and continued by way of the methods till he discovered the opening. He advised responders that he “had a bad day,” however what meaning or why he crawled into the drain system stays unknown. 

“It’s not something we see every day,” Ashley Losch, public data officer for Glendale Fire, advised FOX 10 Phoenix. “But we’re ready.” 

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Losch stated that the person gave the impression to be OK, however he was taken to a hospital for an intensive examination. 

Losch careworn the hazard of the state of affairs and the warning authorities wanted to absorb rescuing the person – not only for him however for themselves. 

“What we are concerned about when it comes to something like this is oxygen-deficient area. So we definitely discourage people from going in there, not to mention when it’s raining, there’s water,” Glendale Fire Capt. Ashley Losch told AZ Family