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The search and rescue mission to find a two-year-old boy who fell into a narrow, deep borehole in southern Spain more than a week ago has hit a major setback.
As the rescue team was preparing to lower miners into a new vertical shaft that runs parallel to the borehole the toddler fell into, they noticed that the rescue tunnel’s casing cannot be fed more than 131 feet because it is not wide enough.
The article goes on to state the following:
“There were technical problems involved in putting tubes in the shaft beyond a depth of 131,” said a government spokesman in Malaga, explaining that drilling work was under way to expand the hole.
The report also states:
There has been no contact with the boy – Julen Rosello – since he fell down the narrow borehole in the southern town of Totalan near Malaga on January 13 while playing as his parents prepared a picnic. The only sign of the toddler search-and-rescue teams have found so far is hair that matched his DNA inside the hole.
The well is blocked by a layer of earth, sand and stones believed to have been dislodged when the toddler fell into the shaft. https://t.co/euIKn0kQST
— Dorien Scholtens (@ScholtensDorien) January 22, 2019
A 2 year old toddler has fallen into a 107 metre deep 25 cm wide well in Malaga, Spain. We have taken action to contact the officials to offer our help and experience due to our success with Kuyu. Can anyone help us contact them? We are ready to use all we’ve got! #Yulen pic.twitter.com/RHMMVIAkHO
— BAHCESEHIR INTEGRA – 3646 (@FRC_Integra3646) January 14, 2019
Toddler falls down 15-inch wide, 350-foot well – two years after his three-year-old brother tragically died https://t.co/e8kfGELQax
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) January 15, 2019
Toddler falls down 330-foot hole after walking away from parents in Spain https://t.co/hqEQftEIpv
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) January 14, 2019
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