GOLDEN, Colo. — Officers in a Colorado metropolis say rescuers have saved a young person who fell into an previous mine shaft that his buddies stated he was making an attempt to discover.
Video confirmed rescuers utilizing ropes and pulleys to raise a stretcher holding the 15-yr-previous boy out of the mine shaft on Thursday afternoon.
Golden Hearth Division spokeswoman Karlyn Tilley stated the teenager was alert and speaking with rescuers.
The buddies advised rescuers that a rope snapped whereas the teenager was making an attempt to discover the mine shaft.
Tilley says the boy informed the rescuers that his leg is harm. She says he might have fallen 300 ft.
Tilley says the mine shaft doesn’t go straight down and made the rescue troublesome.
The location is close to the town of Golden.