Collins, Mo. man survives after mile-long sewer trip

A sewer worker has survived after being pushed for more than a mile through a Kansas City sewer system Tuesday morning, reported KMBC-TV.

Collins, Missouri resident Daniel Collins was checking to see if a nearby construction project is affecting the sewer system when his line snapped and he fell in, KMBC-TV reported.

Collins has been taken to Saint Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, where he is listed in criticial condition Tuesday, reported the Associated Press.

Collins is being treated for hypothermia, South Metropolitan Fire District Chief Randy Adams said.

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