The British ambassador saves the student from drowning in the Chinese river

The British ambassador saves the student from drowning in the Chinese river

A British diplomat was seen on Saturday morning in a dramatic dictatorial video rescuing a woman from drowning in a Chinese river.

The embassy in Chongqing, Stephen Ellison, jumped into the river to rescue a 24-year-old college student who fell into the water and lost consciousness. The BBC reported.

“She fainted, she didn’t breathe, for a while,” 61-year-old Ellison told the store.

“But as soon as we got to the side again, she started breathing again.”

There was a dictation video of the rescue Reposted on Twitter British Embassy in Beijing.

“We are all proud that our Chongqing Embassy, ​​Stephen Ellison, rescued a student who drowned on Saturday and swam to safety,” the British government tweeted.

Stephen Ellison, the British deputy ambassador to Chongqing, rescues a student who accidentally drowned in a beautiful spot in Chongqing, China.
Stephen Ellison, the British deputy ambassador to Chongqing, rescues a student who accidentally drowned in a beautiful spot in Chongqing, China.Via REUTERS

The footage shows the woman slipping off a cliff and slipping into the water, with her face exposed as she descends under a foot bridge.

Ellison can be seen taking off his shoes, jumping, and carrying the woman to safety with an inflated life ring thrown into the water.

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