Dramatic rescue unfolds in southern India: toddler saved from blaze

Dramatic rescue unfolds in southern India: toddler saved from blaze

In a heart-stopping rescue operation in southern India’s Kerala, a two-year-old child named Amar Mighayal was miraculously saved from a raging fire. 


The incident took place in Kunathupalam, Kozhikode on June 7. This happened at approximately 11:45 AM local time at Mapple Flat, with Flat No: F2 serving as the epicenter of the harrowing ordeal.



Visuals showed the child that was trapped inside the burning building, who was rescued through the window after the rescue team removed the grill, allowing access to the endangered toddler. Leading the charge was Mr. Liju A, the first fire officer to enter the scene, demonstrating remarkable courage and determination in the face of adversity.



The rescue effort was coordinated by a team of eleven members from the Fire and Rescue Station in Meenchanda, including the valiant efforts of Premodkumar, MK, and Station Officer. Their swift and decisive actions undoubtedly saved young Amar’s life, illustrating the unwavering commitment of emergency responders to protecting and serving their community.



While the cause of the fire remains under investigation, the heroic efforts of the rescue team serve as a beacon of hope amidst tragedy, underscoring the importance of preparedness and swift action in times of crisis. As the community rallies around the Mighayal family in support, the indomitable spirit of resilience and compassion shines brightly in the face of adversity.

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