It was belatedly known that the police and residents teamed up to take a woman in her 60s who fell off the 3rd floor of a villa with a blanket and saved her life.
According to the Jeonbuk Police Agency, etc., on the 7th at about 10:05 pm, a report from residents was filed in a villa in Deokjin-gu, Jeonju, that a woman might fall.
The reporter asked the police for help, saying, "It is likely that a woman will fall through the window on the 3rd floor of the villa."
Police dispatched to the scene found a woman with a part of her body protruding from the bathroom window and attempted to enter through the front door.
However, the door was locked tightly, and the tools to break it were not good enough.
At this time, the woman's body seemed to fall halfway over the window and seemed in jeopardy.
In an urgent situation of struggling with the village, the police officers thought,'Let's spread something on the floor to reduce the impact.'
Police officers walked around the villa and asked the residents to "rent some blankets or blankets," and a resident in the house happily came out with a blanket.
At that time, the woman's body, lost center in the window railing, shook and fell to the floor in no time.
Four police officers, one firefighter, and one resident waiting underneath pulled the futon tightly to take the woman's body.
Because the woman fell upside down, I was concerned about serious injury, but thanks to the hand holding the blanket, my head could not touch the floor, so I was safe.
At that time, the distance between the floor and the woman's head was only 10 cm, the police said.
Residents who watched with their hearts cheered loudly and praised the police's quick response.
Ajung District Leader Han Sang-ho said, "If the police officers on the scene were late, it would almost lead to a big accident."
(Photo = Yonhap News)