Taliah Rawlins wiping her mum, Tynicia Rawlins’ shoulder, as the National Conservation Commission worker recovers at home. (Picture by Reco Moore.)
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“I am in pain from head to toe,” said Tynichia Rawlins, as she put on a brave face for the camera.
It was obvious that she was. Rawlins grimaced whether she moved her hands, feet or body as she tried to get comfortable on the living room suite.
But she made it clear that she was happy to be alive after falling into a 32-foot well on Friday around 10:30 a.m.
The National Conservation Commission (NCC) worker of nine years was in the process of raking around a grape hedge when she suddenly stumbled and plunged into the well at Emerald Avenue, Park Side Drive, Inch Marlow, Christ Church. (TG)
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