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A young boy trapped in a deep well in Bihar’s Agra district has been rescued after rescue workers rescued two girls from the well while making a video to show the rescuers about the dangers they face.
Nirman Bhati, superintendent of the District Disaster Relief Team, said the baby was being kept inside a 10-metre deep water well when he was spotted by a group of rescue workers who alerted authorities around 8am on Tuesday.
The rescue team had been digging a well of around 25 metres deep after the family of the boy who was rescued broke water in their village in Bhairai Mandi district of Bihar. The boy’s father, who is a helper of the team, had earlier told the team that he had managed to find help on the bank of the well but was too scared to go deeper.
Bhati said that he had alerted authorities about the deep well, which has about 12,000 cu.m. water depth, and after five hours, he saw a girl wearing a life jacket, the rescue team said.
When rescue workers arrived they spotted two of the girls in the water.
“When the rescue team saw the two girls, they did not know what to do, they we타이 마사지re in tears, and began crying. I told them how the girls were trapped deep, so I took them to the rescue teams in the same rescue boat,” he said.
The rescue team had set out in a rescue boat about one hour after the rescue team had been sent by another rescue boat to rescue the girl. “After six hours and almost 10 hours on the way, we managed to rescue the two girls from the water well and brought them to hospital to be given the same treatment as if they were infants,” 경주출장안마the rescue team said.
The rescue team had received several messages of people c청주출장안마oncerned about the dangerous and risky environment of deep wells.
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