A little girl, carried off while swimming near her parents on a beach in Antirion, a town on the Gulf of Corinth, was saved by a ferry. - Screenshot / Youtube
It's a story that ends well. A little girl, carried off while bathing near her parents on a beach in Antirion, a town in the Gulf of Corinth, was saved by a ferry which diverted its path to come to her aid.
The child, aged between 4 and 5 years old, was on a unicorn buoy, one of those that have been blooming on the beaches in recent summers, when a gust of wind would have quickly carried it offshore, reports Sud Ouest.
When a young girl on an inflatable unicorn was swept out to sea, her parents informed the port authorities and the captain of the "Salaminomachos" ferry boat found and rescued the child! 😲🚤🦄 # viralhog #unicornfloat #rescueboat #Greece pic.twitter.com/FJ9FFCXQit- ViralHog (@ViralHog) August 24, 2020
Shocked but healthy
His parents immediately notified the emergency services who, in turn, to save time, called on the Salaminomachos , a tourist ferry traveling offshore, to come to his aid. The rescue operation was filmed and relayed on social networks. According to local media, the little girl comes out shocked, but in good health.
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