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Italian swimmer Filippo Magnini saved a drowning man off the coast of Sardinia. On it informs “bi-Bi-si”.
45-year-old holidaymaker was on an inflatable boat, lost his balance and fell. Due to low water temperature it was not able to stay afloat.
Friends of the victim began to call for help rescuers. Closest to the scene were 37-year-old Mangini. A swimmer jumped into the water and rescued a drowning man. He was taken to a local hospital.
“When I got to him, he couldn’t even speak. To raise it back to the boat was not easy,” said Mangini. He also added that he had done what had to be done.
Mangini — the bronze prize-winner of Olympic games of 2004. He was four times world champion and 17-times won superiority of Europe.
Video, photo All from Russia.