Man dies in Malaga well just hours after tragic toddler rescue operation ends
The unnamed man left his home at approximately 12pm local time to walk his dog in the hills around Villanueva del Trabuco in Malaga, southern Spain. The alarm was raised at approximately 11:10pm.Also on rt.com Body of Spanish toddler found in 110-meter-deep borehole after 13-day rescue mission
Search and rescue personnel were dispatched immediately to locate the man, including specialist mountain rescue teams and later the Guardia Civil’s diving squad.
The man was found dead, floating in the water at the bottom of the three-meter deep well at approximately 3am Monday, ABC Spain reports.
🔺 Pozos abiertos con sellado deficiente hay muchos, a raíz de lo de #Julen la gente está más 'sensible' al verlos.— AUGC Málaga (@AUGC_MALAGA) January 26, 2019
Observen este la velocidad que coge una piedra 🤦🏻.
➡️Avisen a la Guardia Civil (📞 062) si ven alguno, la colaboración ciudadana es importante para nosotros. pic.twitter.com/eyrMpihgcd
An investigation into the circumstances of the man’s death is underway and an autopsy is due to be carried out to determine the exact cause of death.
Prior to the tragic case of Julen Roselló, whose remains were finally recovered after a 13-day rescue operation, the provincial government of Andalusia had repeatedly asked the public to survey, mark, and seal any illegal wells they come across to prevent such tragedies occurring.
Nuestro agradecimiento a todos los que desde toda España y desde todos los ámbitos han dado lo mejor de sí mismos persiguiendo un sueño que por desgracia no pudo hacerse realidad. Vuestro ejemplo de esfuerzo, tesón y valor en la búsqueda de #Julen quedará para siempre pic.twitter.com/0BjQBmvzgp— Guardia Civil 🇪🇸 (@guardiacivil) January 26, 2019
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