Tuesday, December 8, 2015, Agrahayan 24, 1422 BS, Safar 25, 1437 Hijri


Nirob rescued from Buriganga River in unconscious state
Observer Online Report
Published :Tuesday, 8 December, 2015,  Time : 8:26 PM  View Count : 30
The six-year old boy-- Nirob-- was rescued from the River Buriganga in an unconscious state on Tuesday night, confirmed Brig Gen Ali Ahmed Khan, the DG of Fire Service and Civil Defence.

Khan told media that Fire Service divers rescued Nirob at about 8:20pm. He is, now, being sent to hospital, he added.
 
Nirob, son of Mohammad Rezaul hails from Madaripur district, was missing since 4:30pm as he fell into a manhole in city's  Shyampur area.

The boy fell into the manhole used for dumping industrial wastes at about 4pm

Meanwhile, fire Service divers started a rescue operation at about 4:30pm.

On December 26, 2014, four-year-old boy Jihad had slipped into an open pipe of an abandoned deep tube-well at Shahjahanpur in the city. His body was recovered 23 hours of hectic rescue operation.

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