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2-year-old Punjab kid Fatehveer hauled out of borewell following 110 hours, pronounced dead

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Sangrur, India: In the wake of being safeguarded at 5.12 am on Tuesday, two-year-old Fatehveer Singh was taken to PGIMER Chandigarh in an air ambulance, where he was pronounced dead. During the treatment in the hospital, he died. Fatehveer fell into 9-inch wide and 145-feet deep borewell while playing at 4 o'clock in the evening and was trapped in about 125 feet below.

The administration had conducted the operation for 5 days to get Fatehveer out of Borwell but was not getting success. During the rescue operation, it was able to provide oxygen, but the food and water could not reach it. In such a situation, neither the NDRF was employed nor any technical machine. It is being told that the bore in which Fateh was trapped, it was stinking. People and the media are not being allowed to go to Borwell. As soon as Fatehveer was removed, he was immediately taken to a nearby hospital. Fatehveer's parents were already sent to the hospital. The child was given primary treatment there, then taken to PGI Chandigarh.

With the team of administration in the rescue operation, 119 Untold engineering team of volunteers, NDRF and Army worked. A 41-inch tunnel was prepared right next to this borewell. Excavation with hand by machines is difficult to work with. The soil that was dug out with the help of buckets and slips was pulled out. The excavation was done to connect the parallel tunnel and child borewell went in the wrong direction. The rescue operation was a problem However, the rescue team reached Borewell. The pipe was also cut, but it found sand below. After this, Fatehveer did not know how to reach it from the tunnel throughout the day. Then on Monday night at around 8 o'clock, the location was found.




DC Ghanshyam Thori said, "Opening the window with the bottom cast iron pipe tried to make a tunnel on Fatehveer, but the sand was flooding the tunnel due to frequent fall, which was delayed." On the 5th day, Monday Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh apologized by tweeting that he was saying that we are doing Aradas that Fatehveer should be given the rightful place to his family. We are with the family at this time.

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