The moment a three-year-old boy was pulled dirtied and dazed but, incredibly, alive after falling down a 90-metre well in China's Shandong Province has been captured on video.
The little boy was reportedly playing near the well in Weifang when he accidentally slipped and fell into a 30-centimetre gap in the ground, which opened into a hole nearly as deep as the length of a football field.
Emergency services were forced to inject oxygen into the hole and used a special device to pinpoint the boy's location - uncovering that he was, in fact, stuck more than 11 metres beneath the surface.
With the boy's location at hand, firefighters let down a rope and began winching the young boy to safety.
Video has captured the moment the tiny boy emerged from the earth after two hours underground with one arm raised above his head in a 'Superman'-like position.
According to WILX the boy was taken to hospital but suffered no serious injuries.
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