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>> Rescue teams are desperately trying to get closer to a toddler that fell down a water well in Spain days ago. Two-year-old, Julen, is believed to have fallen into the opening while his parents were walking with him in the area on Sunday. But his survival is anything but certain.
Authorities say that so far they've found hair belonging to the child inside, but no signs of life. Regardless, they say they're not losing hope. This was his father on Wednesday.>> We are not going to give up. We have the hope that he is not dead.>> Emergency services are using cameras to try to locate the child, but debris has been complicating it.
They're also digging two tunnels to the side of the well as an alternate method of reaching the boy. But, they're warning they'll need at least two more days to complete the operation. The effort also includes members of a Swedish firm, which participated in the rescue of dozens of Chilean miners that spent months trapped underground seven years ago.
According to Spanish media, Julen's parents suffered another family tragedy in 2017, when their three-year-old son died suddenly while walking along a beach.