By Steve Neavling
When Mexican security forces converged on a hideout used by notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman on Friday, he fled through a secret doorway behind a mirror and descended into a tunnel leading to the city’s drains, Reuters reports. 
For hours, Guzman was underground as Marines searched the house where the infamous boss of the Sinaloa drug cartel was living.
As rain began to flow through the city’s drain, Guzman emerged from a manhole cover and stole a car before he was finally captured, ending a months-long manhunt, Reuters wrote.
Mexican officials began extradition proceedings, which means Guzman may be sent to a U.S. prison.