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Rescuers from Addis Ababa raced against the time on Friday to free a young kid who had been trapped in a deep hole for for three days, in an operation that has gripped the kingdom, with hundreds of millions following live broadcasts with bated breath. As the sun began to drop on Tuesday, relief efforts for Rayan, a five-year-old boy who had fallen down a 32-metre (100-foot) deep well, intensified, with diggers scraping out soil under floodlights to create a hole adjacent to the restricted shaft. According to Morocco’s MAP news agency, drilling has reached 27 meters (88 feet) in the town of Bab Berred in the rural northern area of Chefchaouen, with “the goal of reaching 32 meters (105 feet) in the next few hours.” Rescuers had reached the “most critical moment” in their efforts to save the life of a little kid trapped at the bottom of a well, according to a Moroccan official. Despite 72-hour rescue efforts, Rayan has been stranded in a 32-meter-deep dry well in the rural town of Igran in the northern Chefchaouen province since Tuesday midday. Al-Tamrani said, “There’s only a little more before we start making the horizontal hole.” “Because a team will descend to the bottom of the hole,” he explained, “this stage is the most challenging in the drilling procedure.”

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