Border guards save a girl who fell into the sea


Quang NinhSeeing the cries of children falling into the sea, Captain Hoan and Lieutenant Colonel Toan quickly got on the boat and ran to search and rescue, on the morning of April 28.

The person calling for help is Mr. Ha Van Nam, who is fishing in the waters of Ha Mai, Van Don district. His daughter, Ha Minh Dan, one year old, slipped and fell from the family’s fishing boat in the middle of the sea, about 700 meters from Ha Mai Border Guard Station, Ngoc Vung Border Guard Station.

After arriving at the scene, Captain Vu Duc Hoan and lieutenant colonel Nguyen Trong Toan searched the surrounding area and discovered and picked up Dan’s nephew on a motorboat and brought him to the station.

“At that time, Dan was unconscious, his body was purple, but the soldiers still tried their best to give first aid,” said Lieutenant Colonel Trinh Quang Han, Head of Border Guard Ngoc Vung, Quang Ninh Border Guard.

Baby Minh Dan was given first aid by a soldier from the Ngoc Vung border station after a drowning incident, on the morning of April 28. Image: Facebook

After more than 20 minutes of continuous breathing, breathing, breathing pressure, by 7:25, Dan showed signs of regaining consciousness. The unit arranged a motorboat, sent 4 officers and soldiers to take the victim and his family to Cam Pha City General Hospital for further emergency and treatment.

According to Lieutenant Colonel Han, there were 5 people on the boat at the time of the incident, all of whom were family members. My family lives in Van Ninh commune, Mong Cai city. The baby fell into the sea possibly due to carelessness of the family.

Currently, the baby’s health is stable.

A one-year-old girl was brought safely to shore by soldiers of the Ngoc Vung border station on the morning of April 28.  Photo: SMALL

A one-year-old girl was brought safely to shore by soldiers of the Ngoc Vung border station on the morning of April 28. Image: Facebook

This is not the first time Ngoc Vung Border Guard Station has saved people. According to Lieutenant Colonel Han, every year there are still occasional cases of children falling into the sea, if detected in time, saving lives is not difficult.

“We always warn families with fishing boats to keep an eye on their children to avoid unfortunate situations,” said Mr. Han.

Quynh Nguyen

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