The rescue teams that work in the rescue attempt of Yulen, the two-year-old boy who fell yesterday to a well on a farm in the town of Totalán in Malaga, work with two hypotheses to try to get to the place where it is supposed that is the smaller one, to about 110 meters of depth, according to informed to the REASON sources of the investigation.
The first, would consist of digging a parallel well to be able to arrive until said place, since the narrowness of the mouth that they have in which it fell, about 30 centimeters, does not allow the access of an adult person.
At the moment, agents of the Special Groups of Underwater Activities (GEAS) are in the area; of Rescue in Mountain (GREIM), both of the Civil Guard; firefighters of Málaga; 112, etcetera.
The second option, would be perform an open-pit excavation, all depending on what the technicians decide and the availability of machinery.
It works against the clock as the alert was made in the early hours of yesterday afternoon and a landslide today has complicated the rescue.