Boy (11) Rescued After Falling 70 Ft Down Ravine

Boy (11) Rescued After Falling 70 Ft Down Ravine

Boy (11) Rescued After Falling 70 Ft Down Ravine

MILLERSVILLE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – An 11-year-old boy fell down a steep embankment in Millersville triggering a multi-agency rescue Saturday afternoon.

The incident occurred round 1 pm off Chelsea Dr, which is positioned close to Hwy 31W and Heather Dr. The neighborhood is tucked in behind Roger Denton Heating and Cooling. MAP

In accordance with Millersville Hearth Chief Brandon Head, the decision went out {that a} little one had fallen down a steep embankment behind a house. The whole distance from the highest of the hill all the way down to the kid was about 100 toes, together with a few ledges.

The Millersville Hearth Division, Sumner County EMA and the White Home Neighborhood Volunteer Hearth division all assisted with a low angle rescue.

A rescue line was arrange and the kid was introduced again up the embankment in a basket. Thankfully, the kid appeared to have sustained non-life-threatening accidents however was Lifeflighted to Vanderbilt Youngsters’s Hospital in Nashville to search for potential inner accidents. The boy was alert and speaking to first responders through the rescue.

Sumner County EMS transported the boy to the White Home Neighborhood Hearth Station the place he was transferred to the Lifeflight helicopter and brought to Vanderbilt. The whole rescue from begin to end lasted just below an hour, a testomony to our native first responders.

The Millersville Hearth Division, the White Home Neighborhood Hearth Division, Sumner County EMS Sumner County EMA, and Millersville Police all responded to the scene.

PHOTOS: White Home Neighborhood and Millersville Hearth.

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