A two-year-old baby was trapped in a narrow well (40-foot depth, 30 cm in diameter) in a village near China’s Mengzi City. The rescue team tried lifting the trapped toddler with their standard equipment, but the child kept slipping out and fell further down the hole, which making the rescue all the more difficult. Then, a firefighter has an idea to attach an iPhone to a rope, turn the camera on and lowered it down the well. The iPhone’s camera was then possible to help them figure out exactly where the child was stuck via the video feed on the other iPhone. The boy was rescued successfully and was taken to a local hospital. What an interesting tale about the iPhone!
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