(Photos) Boy Trapped & Rescued Behind the AC Building in China

(Photos) Boy Trapped & Rescued Behind the AC Building in China

Beijing : China | Jun 22, 2011 at 3:09 AM PDT
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Beijing, China: On Wednesday, June 22, A 3 year old boy was rescued by his neighbours after he fell from a balcony and trapped between a wall and the building’s AC unit.

Reports said that he fell from the 8th floor balcony of the tall apartment complex, an air-conditioning unit fixed on the wall of the 7th floor building miraculously save him. Nearby residents were alerted to the child’s screams and found him stuck behind the unit with his legs. Police were called but time was against them as the tiny boy started slipping through the gap. One of the rescuers - a grocery shop worker – risks his life to climb over the balcony railings while being held on by another rescuer. He is held up by his saviours to celebrate the dramatic rescue.

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