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    Apr
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    2018
    Apr
    04
    2018
    Trapped in a gap
    Trapped in a gap
    CHINA

    Trapped in a gap

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    Zoe Chen
    Zoe Chen
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    A three-year-old boy had to be rescued after he became stuck in a narrow gap between two walls in Shaanxi province,  northwest China.

    Rescuers covered the boy with quilts while they drilled a hole to release him.

    He was feed after 15 minutes – no harm done.

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    ZOE CHEN
    ZOE CHEN
    Zoe is a video journalist at Inkstone. Previously, she was a video journalist and producer for BBC Chinese and BBC News in Beijing.

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