News Desk, Amar Ujala, Agra
Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated Mon, 14 Jun 2021 09:52 AM IST
The accident happened when the child was playing. The children playing together gave this information to their families. There was an uproar in the family. When the child came out, there was an atmosphere of happiness in the family.
Agra: Army and NDR team rescued child Shiva who fell in borewell
– Photo : Amar Ujala
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The Agra Police-Administration called the Army and the NDRF for help. The army took the front and took the child out safely in the evening. The villagers were praying since morning for the child’s well being. Women were worshiping in the village. There was an atmosphere of happiness in the village as soon as Shiva came out of the borewell pit.
People cheered the soldiers and saluted their bravery. Ambulances and doctors of the health department were deployed in the village. Four-year-old innocent Shiva was first taken out of the borewell and his health was examined. At present the child is under the care of doctors.
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Agra: Army team arrived for rescue work after child fell into borewell
– Photo : Amar Ujala
After receiving the news of Shiva falling in the borewell, people from nearby villages also reached the spot. Everyone was kept away from the borewell, so that the soil would not reach inside. At the same time, the officials who reached the spot took the pipe to the borewell to give oxygen to the child. It has been told that fifteen days ago, the family of Chhotelal had removed the pipe from this borewell and put it in another borewell. But the family forgot to close the pit of this borewell. After the accident on Monday, the family regrets that they did not stop it.
Army took over
The army team reached the spot at 11:30 after Masamu Shiva fell into the borewell. The army started rescue work around 12 o’clock. A pit was dug about 100 feet parallel to the borewell. A tunnel was built parallel to it. The movements of the child were observed by the army by setting up a control room at the spot. NDRF team also reached in the afternoon. In the evening, the NDRF and Army team pulled the child out of the borewell.
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