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Morocco .. 3 meters separate the rescue teams from the child Ryan

Said Adkoog added in an interview with Sky News Arabia that drilling operations are continuing horizontally to reach the child, noting that it is not possible to specify a specific time to remove Rayan from the well.

The Moroccan official confirmed that the digging process of one meter takes about one hour, stressing that the rescue teams are working with specialists in topographic engineering and technical teams, and are keen on Rayan’s safety to prevent erosion in the soil.

Moroccan media had said that a partial rocky crevice halted the manual digging process to save the child Rayan from the well he fell into.

As for the child’s health condition, Adcoj confirmed that the child is still alive and that the place where he fell is being supplied with oxygen, and that the specialized civil protection team is continuously monitoring the child’s condition through a camera installed in the place.

Medical and nursing staff are on standby to transport the child via an equipped helicopter as soon as he is removed from the bottom of the well.

The five-year-old child Rayan had fallen into a narrow well in the house, in a village not far from the city of Chefchaouen in northern Morocco – about 500 km from the capital Rabat – where he has been stuck for three days, without knowing whether he suffered from fractures or injuries. Dangerous as a result of falling into the well, in a story that held the breath of millions of people in the world.

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