Mysterious Lerchenfeld St. Gallen accident of kid.
A bizarre accident happened Thursday afternoon, in a pool outdoors, in Lerchenfeld St. Gallen. In this, a nine-year-old boy was seriously injured. Police in the town of St Gallen are searching for witnesses.
The kid was critically injured and had to be taken to hospital. The cause of the accident is not yet clear and witnesses are wanted.
On Thursday, there was a major accident shortly after 3 p.m. on the outer part of Lerchenfeld St. Gallen. A 9 year old boy fell from a 5-meter diving platform on the edge of a pool, for unknown reasons.
St. Gallen or traditionally St Gall, in German, is a Swiss city and the capital of the city of St. Gallus.
Rouven Bärlocher (37), a teacher, was the first to arrive at the scene of the accident. A trained education teacher, he saw the child lying in a pool of blood and immediately rushed him to the emergency room in Lerchenfeld St. Gallen.
The town of St Gallen, located near the Abbey of St Gall, was founded in the 8th. The Abbey is said to have been erected on the site of the hermitage of the Irish missionary Gallus. On April 26th, 937, a fire consumed much of the Abbey.
The teacher ran off with the children, so as to save the students from the ugly sight. For about fifteen minutes, Bärlocher tried to stop the bleeding.
Today, St. Gallen is a large group of cities (with a population of about 167,000 in the year 2019) and represents the center of eastern Switzerland.
The village has good travel links throughout the country, in Germany and Austria. It also serves as a gateway to Appenzellerland.
Gallen is located in the northeastern part of Switzerland, in a valley that is located 700 meters (2,300 ft) above sea level. It is one of the tallest cities in Switzerland and as a result there is a lot of snow here.
Since the city center is built on a fixed turf land, all buildings at district level must be built on piles.
Bärlocher, the teacher, does not know the reason for the fall of the 9 year-old child. After half an hour, he was able to put the boy in the care of an emergency doctor.
Paramedics rushed the injured boy to hospital in Lerchenfeld St. Gallen.