The successful rescue operation to save five-year-old Satyam, who fell into a borewell in Madhya Pradesh's Sehore area, finally proved 'useless', as the child succumbed to his injuries, say reports on Friday.
"MP: 5-year-old Satyam who was rescued this morning in critical condition from borewell in Sehore after overnight operation passes away," tweeted ANI.
Satyam, a native of Madhya Pradesh's Sehore area, accidently fell into a borewell while playing on Thursday. Earlier on Friday, he was rescued alive after an overnight operation. After the rescue operation, the boy was immediately admitted to a hospital as his condition was critical.
"MP: 5-year-old Satyam who fell into a 100 feet deep borewell in Sehore, rescued in critical condition after overnight operation, hospitalised," tweeted ANI.
On Thursday, we reported that a rescue operation was undertaken to bring Satyam out of the borewell alive.
Satyam, a five year old boy fell into a 100 feet deep borewell in Sehore, Madhya Pradesh earlier today. Rescue operations underway. pic.twitter.com/SrOsXnJRXX— ANI (@ANI_news) May 18, 2017
Satyam fell into the borewell while playing and was stuck at the depth of 30 meters.
His family members went to look for him when he did not return home on Thursday. After searching for him for a while, they found Satyam stuck in the well.
According to reports, a JCB machine was rushed to the site to help rescue the young boy.