Missing student’s miraculous escape

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Safe and well: Asher Vongtau

A MISSING boy was found safe and well after being wedged between two buildings for more than a DAY.

New York University student Asher Vongtau was rushed to hospital in an ambulance after fire crews broke down a wall to get to him.

Joseph Schiralli, Deputy Chief of the FDNY said:“Right now we don’t know how he got in the shaft but he was there a minimum of a day, could have been longer.”

The FDNY released a photo of the narrow space where Vongtau had been trapped in a two foot space between a dormitory and a parking garage on Franklin street. It is still unclear how he ended up there.

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