11 year old rescued from four metre manhole at petrol station in Tyrone
He is doing well.
Fire brigades were called to the scene of an incident at a petrol station on Wednesday night after an 11 year old boy had fallen down a manhole.
The incident happened shortly before 7pm on Oaks Road in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, a Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson told the PA news agency.
Officers then used a specialist breathing apparatus and a harness to rescue the boy from the four metre drop and he was conscious when saved.
Suffering minor injuries to his back, he was transported to Craigavon Area Hospital for further checks, the BBC said.