A middle aged man has narrowly escaped death after the car he was driving plunged into the lndian Ocean. The man was identified as Christopher Walken who heils in Malindi.
According to eye witnesses, Christopher was driving his car at the shore of Indian Ocean when the bizarre incident occurred. The man is said to have been drank at the time of the incident and this could have been the reason why he got the accident.
A trusted team of rescuers at shore were alerted and responded immediately. They hurriedly rushed into the water body and salvaged the man out of the drowning car. The video you are going to watch via the link below clearly shows how they did the task in a faster and accurate way until they helped the man from drowning to death.
The incident occurred at around noon when people at the coast were busy taking their lunch. Police officers also arrived at the scene and joined in the process of helping the man together with his car.
The residents who were on the watch were cautioned to avoid acting contrary to the laid rules of driving. That is, they should not drink and drive as this could impact negatively on them.
Watch the video via the link below;
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