Vietnam: child in a 35-metre well, race against time – Asia

Vietnam: child in a 35-metre well, race against time – Asia
Vietnam: child in a 35-metre well, race against time – Asia
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Vietnam is in suspense over the fate of a 10-year-old boy who has been trapped in a well for two days. A story that brings to mind the tragedy of Alfredino Rampi and which sees hundreds of rescuers fight against time to save the little boy who fell into a hole 35 meters deep, dug to make way for a pillar intended for the construction of a bridge. A dynamic similar to that of Vermicino and, even more recently, to that of the little Moroccan Rayan, just 5 years old, who in February last year was swallowed up by a 32-metre deep well and extracted lifeless after 5 days. The accident in Vietnam occurred on New Year’s Eve: little Thai Ly Hao Nam was near a bridge construction site in the Mekong Delta province, where he was looking for scrap metal with friends, when he fell in a concrete pipeline just 25cm wide and 35m deep. Immediately after slipping inside, the little boy screamed desperately for help and help arrived almost immediately, but today the emergency crews received no sign of life despite having lowered a mini-camera and are pumping oxygen to help him breathe.

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