Selfie woman rescued from well in India

Selfie woman rescued from well in India

A holidaymaker was rescued by passers-by after falling 30ft down a well as she tried to take a selfie at a tourist spot in India. It happened while the woman – from Austria – was touring the Junagadh fort in the state of Gujarat.

Locals who heard her screams made a long rope from their shirts and lowered it down the well. The woman grabbed hold of it and they pulled her to safety. She suffered an injury to her left leg and appeared exhausted. When asked if she wanted anything, she apparently replied: “Water.”

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