Man falls 3,300 feet, 700 to his rescue

MARKTSCHELLENBERG, GERMANY - JUNE 19: In this handout photo provided by the Bavarian Mountain Patrol (Bergwacht Bayern), rescue workers bring injured spelunker Johann Westhauser to the surface from the Riesending vertical cave during the final phase of his rescue on June 19, 2014 near Marktschellenberg, Germany. Westhauser received a severe head injury when he was struck by rocks in the cave on June 8, 1,000 meters below the surface, and since then over 700 rescue workers from Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Croatia have been working around the clock in an arduous effort to save him. Westhauser was among explorers who first discovered the cave, which is over 20 kilometers long, in 1995. (Photo by Bergwacht Bayern via Getty Images) *** BESTPIX ***

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    Man falls 3,300 feet, 700 to his rescue

52-year-old Johann Westhauser has been rescued from 1000 meters below the Bavarian Alps. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.