Six-year-old Boy Falls into Borewell in Pune, Rescue Operation on
The incident took place around 4.45 pm on Wednesday when the boy was playing near the open borewell while his father, who is a labourer, was busy in the road construction work.
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Pune: A six-year-old son of a road construction worker got trapped in a 200-feet borewell on Wednesday at a village in Ambegaon tehsil in Pune district, an official said.
A rescue operation has been launched to pull the boy out safely, the official said.
According to the NDRF team, the boy Ravi Pandit Bhill, got stuck at a depth of 10 feet in the 200-feet deep borewell in Thorandale village.
Police said the incident took place around 4.45 pm on Wednesday when the boy was playing near the open borewell while his father, who is a labourer, was busy in the road construction work.
An NDRF official said that the rescue team has started the excavation and the efforts are being taken to pull him out.
He also said that the boy is responding.
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