Lyndsey’s mother Jane Kennedy said her daughter has a ‘history of drug use, doing weird things and making bad decisions’
Delray Beach police rescue woman from manhole
A woman, identified as 45-year-old Lyndsey Jane Kennedy, had to be rescued for the third time in two years from inside a manhole in the city of Delray Beach, in the Florida. The case took place on January 18. In a statement, authorities said “police and firefighters received a call from someone possibly in distress while swimming in the canal near the 500 block of Lindell Boulevard.” The case was the same as what had already been registered in March and May 2021. When the authorities arrived at the place, the woman ignored the help. “She refused to come out and started crawling further into the drainpipe,” they reported. In order to get Kennedy out, firefighters had to corner her on both sides of the sewer pipe and pull her out with the help of a ladder. “Fire-medics treated her at the scene and transported her to the hospital for further evaluation,” police said. In an interview given to ‘CBS TV’ shortly after the first episode, in March 2021, Kennedy’s mother reported that her daughter had a history of drug use, doing strange things, and making bad decisions. She also reported that the woman had been admitted to a rehabilitation center but had escaped and was missing. The first time Kennedy was found, she was trapped in an eight-foot manhole full of rubbish. At the time, she was only targeted because a resident heard the cries for help and asked for help.
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