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The last rescue squad intervenes.. Baby Ryan is about to get out

And the second Moroccan channel “Duzim”, quoting its correspondent at the site of the child’s fall, in the province of Chefchaouen, in the north of the Kingdom, stated that the horizontal drilling process has ended, so it has moved to a precise drilling stage that will be supervised by specialists, with great care.

According to the source, the operation to rescue the child Ryan had reached this advanced and very sensitive stage around 2:30 pm on Saturday, local time (GMT + 1).

The excavation process was carried out with great care, according to officials, to avoid any landslides and landslides, because this matter would harm the child Rayan and the rescue personnel as well.

Following the end of the horizontal excavation process, one of the godfathers of this operation, whose nickname is “Amy Ali”, exited the tunnel that was erected in the place.

The exit of the famous excavator was greeted with greetings and applause from the crowds that have been hovering around the place for days to follow up on the rescue operation, despite persistent pleas for them to get away.

Complex rescue operation

Moroccan security forces cordon off the entrance to the excavation site, in anticipation of the moment the child Rayan is retrieved, with ambulances and a helicopter ready to transport him, once he is taken out.

Drilling workers use metal channels to pass the dust out and protect themselves, while the competent authorities have installed devices to monitor any vibrations in the well area.

Earlier, a spokesman for the Rescue Committee said, “Baby Ryan is being supplied with oxygen and there is great hope for his survival.”

He added, “We are prudently dealing with drilling operations,” noting that 11 drilling experts and engineers are participating in the operation.

And earlier on Saturday, Moroccan sources revealed to “Sky News Arabia” that new indications show that Rayan is still alive.

The sources stated that rescue teams would reach Rayan in less than an hour, if drilling continues at its current pace.

On Tuesday, Rayan fell into a deep well in a village in the Chefchaouen province in northern Morocco. Then, on Thursday, videos spread, showing him still moving slightly, which raised high hopes that he would be released while he was still alive.

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