Spain launches the research: the two-year-old probably fell into a 110-meter deep well

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Probably the two-year-old boy fell into a 110-meter deep well

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Probably the two-year-old boy fell into a 110-meter deep well

It is said that a two-year-old boy fell while playing in a 110-meter deep well. A camera discovered in the well a bag of sweets that the boy would have had with him.

All of Spain is worried about a two-year-old boy: the boy had fallen into a well while he was playing. Even the prime minister intervened. A camera discovered in the well a bag of sweets that the boy had with him.

SPania is worried about the life of a two-year-old, who is said to have fallen into a 110-meter-deep pit while playing. We must maintain hope for a good exit, wrote Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Sunday evening on Twitter.

Meanwhile, more than 100 members of the fire, police, civil defense and other emergency services continued their night searching in a rural area of ​​the municipality of Totalán, in the province of Malaga. There is no news, said the incident service on Twitter on Monday. For the moment, Julen was still alive.

The child is said to have fallen Sunday afternoon on a trip from his family to the countryside in the bay. A police spokesman stated, on request, that "there was still no physical evidence" that the child was actually in the hole. But suppose. The family said they heard Julen cry in the well. The old playmates had left before the alleged fall, the stones with which the opening was covered, the TV channel RTVE reported, citing the parents.

The research was also difficult because the tree has a diameter of about 25 centimeters, said journalists from the paramilitary police spokesman Guardia Civil, Manuel Molto. With a camera you penetrated a depth of almost 80 meters and found a bag of sweets there that Julen had with them, the rescue teams said.

Since the earth has loosened, preventing the tree from clogging, you can not get on with the camera, they said. The humidity and the cold made the research even more difficult on Monday, said the representative of the Spanish Ministry of the Interior in Andalusia, María Gámez. Now investigate the possibility of digging a parallel tree to find the boy.



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