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Morocco LIVE Rayan: Rescuers three meters away from a 5-year-old boy who fell into a 32-meter well on Tuesday | Live | The world

Technicians are working to rescue boy Ryan from a local well They are three meters ahead of Igran when they finish digging the tunnel, which took eight hours.

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Abdelhadi Tamrani, head of the Rescue Monitoring and Monitoring Committee, told the media at dawn. Work to complete the five-and-a-half-meter tunnel, which is being dug horizontally beneath the well, is progressing at a slow pace due to the elegance of the terrain.

Thanks to him it can be achieved Ryan, Who has been there since last Tuesday, whose physical condition is unknown.

To dig this tunnel, rescue workers first dug vertically near the well. 32 meters depth Now they do it horizontally down. “Landslides are the only obstacle”Tamrani pointed out about this horizontal tunnel, that from time to time the earth falls and the team is taken out of the tunnel to check that it is not dangerous.

To dig it up, the two teams work alternately, hoping it will be over in a few hours and reach the baby, he explained.

Moroccan authorities and firefighters have been working to pull five-year-old boy Ryan out of a fallen well for more than 36 hours.  (STR / AFP).
Moroccan authorities and firefighters have been working for more than 36 hours to pull five-year-old boy Ryan out of a fallen well. (STR / AFP).

Ryan fell into a well next to a family home in the village of Igran on Tuesday., About 70 km from the northern city , But rescue work began yesterday, with officials responding to a call from the parents, who searched for the child and found him in the pit.

As the father explained to many local media outlets, They suspected their son was in the well, and then they introduced a mobile with a camera suspended by a rope, through which he checked to see if he was down.

The father pointed out that the well was covered with a barrel, but it must have been moved before the child could fall into it.

He said he saw the baby inside and was alerted by authorities and they began rescue operations yesterday. Many volunteers grabbed a rope below and tried to approach, but The well was so narrow (30 to 50 centimeters) that they got stuck in the road.

Sources emphasize the complexity of the rescue operation, which continues with caution due to the “high risk of landslides” in the area.

A Royal Gendermary helicopter and an ambulance equipped with resuscitation equipment rushed to the scene to change the baby if necessary.

There is currently no definite information about his health Ryan, Though Several local media outlets at the scene pointed out last night that the baby was still alive, And the images were broadcast live Moroccan troops supply Ryan with oxygen and sugar water.

Local media broadcast live broadcasts throughout the night, which were re-broadcast by the Arab channel Al Jazeera Mubashir.

They showed the surveyors and experts on site how to make progress on work that is sometimes hampered by landslides or to carry out necessary inspections before resuming work.

Pictures show the massive presence of citizens in the area throughout the night while occasionally praying for the baby.

The incident has caused a great stir Excitement in Morocco, Filled with photos and solidarity messages for the child’s parents on social networks. Many Netizens have changed their profile pictures Ryan.

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