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Was the screwdriver dropped down a c/o? If so, you could use a long length of twine,put a slip knot on one end,try and ease loop around screwdriver handle.A piece of pipe,or something similar will most likely be needed to both move the handle away from the pipe wall and to help tighten up the slip knot. There's aslo a chance a shop vac could be used as is or by reducing the hose down in size -may be using duct tape and pvc or other similar pipe or tubing.
A retrieval head should be able to catch it. If it's in the (I assume 4") trap, just put your cow gloves on and reach in and grab it.
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