- A man at Suame in the Ashanti Region of Ghana helped rescue two stranded scrap dealers who were nearly swept away by a heavy flood
- The two scrap dealers became helpless amid the flood under a water pathway, but luck showed up above them
- The moment the man took action before another person later joined the rescue effort was captured in a video that has gained reactions
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A man at Suame in the Ashanti Region of Ghana jumped into action to help rescue two stranded scrap dealers who were nearly swept away by a torrential flood.
The two scrap dealers had grasped each other tightly under a water pathway after heavy rains.
The moment the man sprung into action before another person joined his rescue effort later was captured on tape.
The men quickly dropped a rope for the two stranded men to climb, saving the scrap dealers from being swept away by the flood.
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After the video of the successful rescue effort by the two inexperienced men emerged on the Twitter account of @BaseAfricaTV_Gh, tweeps reacted.
YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify where the incident happened.
Watch the video below:
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