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Gujarat: 12-year-old girl, who fell into over 500-feet deep borewell, rescued after 5 hours | India News

Gujarat: 12-year-old woman, who fell into over 500-feet deep borewell, rescued after 5 hours | Information

Surendranagar: A 12-year-old woman fell into an over 500-feet deep borewell shaft in Gujarat’s Surendranagar district on Friday morning and was rescued by Military and police groups after 5 hours, officers stated. The incident passed off at Gajanvav village in Dhrangadhra tehsil. This was the second such incident within the tehsil after a two-year-old boy was rescued from a borewell in June.

The woman, recognized as Manisha, fell into the open shaft of a borewell on a farm round 7.30 am, an official stated. “She was rescued by Military jawans with the assistance of native police and well being division personnel after almost 5 hours of efforts,” stated inspector T B Hirani of Dhrangadhra police station.

The woman was trapped on the depth of round 60 toes within the borewell which is 500 to 700 toes deep, she stated. Through the rescue operation, oxygen was equipped to the woman and her situation was monitored by way of a digicam lowered inside, Hirani added.

As quickly because the woman was rescued, an Military medical group put her on oxygen and rushed her to the sub-district hospital at Dhrangadhra. “Her SPO2 (blood oxygen degree) and different important parameters have been low when she was introduced out. We put her on oxygen. By the point we reached the hospital, her vitals had returned to regular. She is doing properly now,” an official from the Military medical group informed reporters.

Locals gathered on the spot shouted, “Jai Jawan” when the woman was rescued. Deputy Superintendent of Police (Dhrangadhra) J D Purohit stated the operation was efficiently carried out by Military and police groups. On June 2, a two-year-old boy fell right into a borewell on a farm in Dhrangadhra and an Military group was referred to as in for rescue operation. The boy was rescued after round three hours.

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