Missing man found alive at bottom of 30-foot-deep manhole

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Kevin Gonterman, 25, was found Monday morning at the bottom of the 30-foot-deep manhole by Texas Equusearch.

Kevin had been bitten by snakes, but was still conscious when he was found. He was taken to an area hospital and the emergency crew teams are waiting for him to recover before they begin to ask him how he ended up in the manhole

The manhole is marked “sewage.” and is located about 150 yards from the main road.

He was first reported missing from League City, Texas on Sunday evening by his girlfriend, who said they had gotten into a fight and he walked off.

Kevin Gonterman, 25, was found Monday morning at the bottom of the 30-foot-deep manhole by Texas Equusearch.

Kevin had been bitten by snakes, but was still conscious when he was found.  He was taken to an area hospital and the emergency crew teams are waiting for him to recover before they begin to ask him how he ended up in the manhole

The manhole is marked “sewage.” and is located about 150 yards from the main road. 

He was first reported missing from League City, Texas on Sunday evening by his girlfriend, who said they had gotten into a fight and he walked off.

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