Child stuck in a space of 10 cm at a primary school
May 13, 2012
An elementary student in Chongqing, southwest China got stuck when he tried to pass through a 10 cm gap between a wall and a column of cement.
The boy stayed with his front and back of his head, sandwiched into the masonry of the school building.
Once teachers realized what had happened, rushed to help. But they had no progress, and were forced to call the fire department to remove the child from the place.
The emergency services personnel tried to drag the boy to the exit, but had to resign after a possible harm to the child.
Even the smallest movements made the child cry out in pain, so had to find another alternative.
Finally, they used chain saws for cutting the masonry so that the child’s head could be released.
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