Compulsive Hoarder Freed From Mountain of Clutter

Retired engineer Noel Rainer, 85, was left trapped for 30 hours after getting stuck under a mountain of his own clutter.

Rainer couldn’t even reach his phone nearby to call for help because of the mess which covers every inch of his home in Halstead, Essex. It was only when his relatives became concerned that the police and firefighters ware called to help rescue him from his home. He said he had Radio 3 to keep him company as he waited for help.

Mr. Rainer is believed to have Diogenes syndrome or senile squalor syndrome which means he can’t stop hoarding rubbish. His hoarding became worse after his retirement and his divorce.

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