May 19, 2013
A day after she was visited by President CFKThursday, November 18, 2010
Harnessed-out girl discharged from hospital
The three-year-old girl who fell in a 21-metre well in Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires province, was discharged from hospital at noon, after having spent there a day in order to "fully recover." Vanesa's parents addressed the press and assured are "extremely thankful for the miracle," referring to the fact that the girl was pulled out to the surface.
On Tuesday, police officers and fire-fighters managed to rescue her after being trapped for almost 6 hours. According to the latest medical report, the girl "is in good state of health" and shows "no injuries."
Florencio Varela Hospital medical doctor Arnaldo Medina addressed the press and released Vanesa's medical report, assuring she "just suffered some grazes" and was not injured.
Rescue workers heard the victim calling for help from the well located in Los Pilares neighbourhood, La Capilla locality. Finally, they were able to harness the toddler out.
Buenos Aires province Governor Daniel Scioli arrived at the area to supervise the rescue. A communiqué released by the government stated that Scioli was in a Cabinet meeting when he was told about the accident and decided to suspend the encounter and go to Florencio Varela.