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Firemen rescue boy who fell down a well
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ThinkSpain , Thursday, March 17, 2005

Firemen rescued a 12 year old boy who fell down a working well in the village of San Juan de Aznalfarache (Sevilla) last Tuesday. It has not yet been established how the youngster, who was uninjured, came to fall down the 10m deep well located in a field between the Guadalquivir river and the local commercial centre. Firemen from the Mairena del Aljarafe and Sevilla were deployed in the rescue operation after an emergency call was received shortly before 8pm.

 
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