Italian Rescued After Tunnel Collapse Who Was Planning To Rob A Bank

A portion of a road on Via Innocenzo XI collapsed near the Vatican on Thursday after a portion of a road collapsed . The man was taken to the hospital for treatment, where he was given liquid meals and an oxygen cylinder .

According to a story published by the Daily Mail, a man who was suspected of planning to break into a six-meter-deep hole was rescued from a tunnel he was excavating on Thursday after a portion of a road on Via Innocenzo XI collapsed near the Vatican, according to the outlet.The man was taken to the hospital for treatment, where he was given liquid meals and an oxygen cylinder.He was eventually released alive after a long round of applause from the 3,000-strong audience that had assembled to see him.He had serious but non-life-threatening injuries when he was taken to the hospital, according to police.The four other alleged gang members who had all been arrested, as well as the man from Rome, all had prior robbery convictions, according to police.They reportedly dug a little bit each day to cover the bank's Ferragosto festival, an Italian holiday similar to Christmas.