Injured boy, 7, rescued after well fall in Spain

Photo of the town of Enix in Almeria. Credit: Google maps - Juan Mena.

JUST weeks after the Julen rescue tragedy that gripped the world, another young child has plunged down a well in Spain.

A seven-year-old boy was pulled from the hole by rescuers with a rope before the arrival of the emergency services.

The child fell into the empty well in Alaraz, Salamanca yesterday afternoon (Monday).

The 112 Castilla y Leon emergency control room despatched firefighters, police and medics to the scene.

The child, described as ‘conscious’, was transferred by ambulance to hospital in Salamanca.

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