- The taxi driver was stranded in the middle of heavy floods after torrential rains at Kumasi Ohwim Junction in the Ashanti Region
- He took the chance and jumped into the damaging floods as he made attempts to reach dry land
- Two young boys swiftly moved to pull the taxi driver by his hands and saved his life
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Two unidentified brave young boys helped save a taxi driver from drowning after a torrential downpour at Kumasi Ohwim Junction in the Ashanti Region.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, the taxi driver can be seen stranded in the middle of damaging floods, as he stood on his taxi that had submerged in the floods.
Without any swimming skills, the man raises his hands toward the sky, as if he was saying his last prayers before jumping into the sweeping floods.
Some women at the scene can be heard in the video screaming and praying during the rescue effort by the young boys
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Saving the taxi driver
While being carried away by the floods, the young man reaches towards dry land, and the boys swiftly moved to pull him out by his hand, saving the taxi driver's life.
The goosebumps-raising video has gone viral, garnering the comments of social media users.
Watch the video below:
Paramedic goes extra mile to save woman's life
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Abubakari Mubarik, an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) at Gwollu in Sissala East District in the Upper West Region, has helped save the life of a patient.
Whilst transporting the patient who had internal bleeding and was on blood transfusion to the Wa Regional Hospital, the ambulance carrying the patient developed a fault in the middle of the journey, nearly costing the patient's life.
Without any deep knowledge of the fault, Mubarik decided to fix the problem to continue with the journey.
Woman raises over GHc4k to rent a room for single mom
In a separate story, a mother and her son living in a shabby kiosk have received help after a Good Samaritan helped raise over GHc4,000.00 to rent a decent room for them.
In a post online, social media influencer, Nana Tea, born James Annor Tetteh, narrated how a woman who had previously paid for the child's admission fees organised funds to rent a decent room for the mother of one.
According to Nana Tea, the woman and her son were living in a dilapidated kiosk that leaked anytime it rained.