A creepy accident happened during the walk mom and her young son
The boy fell into a manhole in front of women.
As reported Politeka.net the incident occurred in the Russian city of Naberezhnye Chelny. The incident was recorded by the camera of external video surveillance.
The footage shows how a simple walk in mother to child nearly ended in a terrible tragedy.
So, mom walked with her son, carrying his wheelchair. The baby itself was on the lawn and at some point stepped on a manhole cover that was loose. A moment, a hatch cover is flipped and a small child falls into a manhole in front of mom.
The woman in the blink of an eye jumped to a dangerous place, in a state of shock grabbed the heavy manhole cover and easily dismissed it. She fell on her stomach and started to get son out of the hatch. To the place of the tragedy and witnesses ran to help the woman deliver the baby.
Fortunately, the boy managed to pull it off. His condition is not reported.
Local law enforcement authorities are going to organize the examination on the fact of your child falling into the well and to assess the activities of public utilities and other responsible organizations.
Earlier we wrote that the condition of 12-year-old girl who jumped from the window of a school in Kiev, remains difficult. There are new details of the tragic incident.
New details shared on his page on Facebook aunt Schoolgirls Katerina Miliceva. According to her, now young angelina is in the Department of resuscitation and intensive therapy, and her condition is estimated as stably heavy.
Miliceva said that doctors diagnosed the girl has a fracture of both legs, pelvis, in the lumbar spine, bruised lungs and a traumatic brain injury.
“Have operated on one leg, set the Ilizarov apparatus. Today will be another surgery. Then another…,” wrote the woman.
She also stated that the cause of the terrible act girls remains unknown: angelina is in a drug-induced sleep.
“The angelinka brings daddy and grandparents. A serious condition at all,” admitted Catherine in the comments.