WATCH: People Form Human Chain to Save Drowning Man in China

By Tye Donaldson, November 28, 2016

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A video has emerged from Yunnan showing a group of people coming together to save an elderly man’s life.

The video, which was filmed in Kunming, shows an elderly man fighting for his life after falling into a river. The rescuers witnessed the fall, which left him submerged in the water. By forming a human ladder, the group of people pulled the man from the river and performed CPR on him until an ambulance arrived. 

The group's brave actions potentially saved the man's life.

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