MP: Six-Year-Old Boy Located in Open Borewell After 40 Hours, Rescue Efforts Underway

National Desk, 14th April: After a tense 40-hour rescue operation, rescue teams have successfully located a six-year-old boy who fell into an open borewell in Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa district. Despite the discovery, the child remains unresponsive, and efforts are underway to safely extract him from the borewell, according to officials.

The incident occurred on Friday afternoon in Manika village, situated near the Uttar Pradesh border, when the child was playing near the 70-feet-deep borewell and accidentally fell into it. The rescue operation involved supplying oxygen into the borewell and digging parallel pits to facilitate access to the trapped child.

Officials indicated that the boy was stuck at a depth of approximately 40 feet within the borewell. “The boy has been located, and efforts are on to pull him out from the borewell. He is not responding,” stated Rewa Collector Pratibha Pal.

As rescue teams continue their tireless efforts, the community remains hopeful for a successful outcome, with prayers and support pouring in for the swift and safe rescue of the young boy.

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