A 2-year-old boy has fallen this afternoon to a well about 150 meters deep in the town of Totalán in Malaga, where emergency services have been moved to try to rescue the child.
According to Efe emergency service sources 112, the incident occurred around 2:00 pm, when a warning was received that a child had fallen into a well in the area known as Dolmen Cerro de la Corona.
It is, as they have specified from the Subdelegation of the Government, of a prospecting hole to look for water of small diameter.
The 112 has mobilized the troops of the Provincial Fire Brigade, Civil Guard, National and Local Police, health services, Emergency Group of Andalusia (GREA) and the Group of Psychological Intervention in Emergencies and Disasters (GIPED) of the College of Psychologists of Western Andalusia.
Apparently, the hole is about 150 meters deep and only about 40 centimeters in diameter, hence the difficulty of rescuing the child.
In addition, the assistance of the Group of Psychological Intervention in Emergencies and Disasters (Giped) of the Psychologists' Association of Andalusia has been requested and they have also traveled to the technical site of the Emergency Coordinating Center 112 in Malaga, reports Ep.
The provincial deputy responsible for the CPB, Francisco Delgado Bonilla, has indicated the "technical complexity" involved in rescue tasks, pointing in statements to Europa Press that it is a hole that is about 40 centimeters in diameter and "is not piped."
Thus, he pointed out that they are mobilizing "all the necessary resources" by all the bodies acting to carry out the rescue tasks, such as lowering a camera, "which until now has managed to reach up to 70 meters." Likewise, he pointed out that said water intake "apparently did not have protection around".