Rescue teams have today confirmed they finally reached a five-year-old Moroccan boy who has been trapped more than 100ft underground for four days.
Rayan Awram fell into a 32-metre (105ft) shaft outside his home in Ighran village, in the northern province of Chefchaouen, on Tuesday evening - sparking a rescue mission which has captivated the North African nation.
The world watched on with bated breath as fears persisted that the cave could collapse at any moment.
Medical teams were on standby after rescue crews finally reached the 'motionless' boy 96 hours after he became trapped on Tuesday.
Moroccan media have reported that resuscitation specialists have entered the tunnel alongside rescue crews, fuelling fears that the five-year-old requires potentially life-saving medical care.
Experts have warned that it is 'impossible' to confirm if the youngster was still alive, having fallen into the well five days ago, as the rescue team finally reached the stranded boy on Saturday afternoon.
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