After being rescued, the medical equipment carried out a complete checkup on the child and subsequently rushed him to Vardhman Institute of Medical Sciences (VIMS) for further treatment. The boy, identified as Shivam Kumar, is the 3-year-old son of domman manjhiresident of the lower Kul village nalanda police station area.
According to doctors, the boy was trapped in the mud inside the well for almost 8 hours. Therefore, immediate medical attention was crucial. Although the child is in stable condition, she will be kept under observation for a few hours as a precaution.
The boy had accidentally fallen into the well while playing with other children near his home.
Nalanda DPRO said shortly after the information, the district administration quickly sprang into action, deploying JCB machines to start the excavation process immediately. In addition, the oxygen supply was maintained through pipes to ensure the well-being of the child. The entire rescue operation was closely monitored with CCTV cameras..
He said the NDRF (National Disaster Response Force) and SDRF (State Disaster Response Force) teams were called in to provide expertise and assistance.
Using their experience, the team was able to successfully rescue the boy from the precarious situation.
District Judge Shashank Shubhankar, along with other officials, supervised the rescue operation at the scene of the incident. They made sure that all the necessary arrangements were in place to carry out the rescue mission effectively. The medical team was also present at the scene, providing oxygen support to the child during the rescue operation.
The timely and efficient efforts of all involved teams led to the safe rescue of little Shivam Kumar, bringing relief and joy to locals and authorities alike.
As the incident unfolded, it caught the attention of the entire region, highlighting the importance of security and surveillance measures, especially around open shafts and dangerous areas.
Look 3-year-old boy who fell into a 40ft well in Bihar’s Nalanda, rescued