At least three people died and several others were injured after they fell into a 40-feet-deep well in Madhya Pradesh's Vidisha district on July 15. The incident took place when rescue operation for pulling out an eight-year-old girl was on, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said. Chouhan extended his condolences over the loss of lives in the accident. CM Chouhan said that he is constantly monitoring the relief & rescue work. The dead and the injured were among the nearly 40 people, who gathered to watch rescuers trying to pull out the girl, who fell into the well on July 15 evening while playing. Bhopal division's additional director general of police Sai Manohar told Hindustan Times as people were trying to rescue her the well's boundary wall caved in and they fell into the well. MP’s medical education minister Vishvas Kailash Sarang, who was sent by Chouhan to Ganjbasoda, said shortly before midnight that about 23 people were rescued and 13 have been admitted to hospital. Sarang, the guardian minister of Vidisha district 50 km from the state capital of Bhopal, said he has ordered a high-level probe into the accident, reported Hindustan Times. Personnel of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the state-level disaster response force were involved in pulling out people from the well. Watch the video to know more.