Police rescue Indian from drowning

The anti-crime unit of Marine Police rescued one Singu Amanpreet, 29, an Indian, who was stranded on the high sea in the Lagos, yesterday.The post Police rescue Indian from drowning appeared first on Vanguard News.


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The anti-crime unit of Marine Police rescued one Singu Amanpreet, 29, an Indian, who was stranded on the high sea in the Lagos, yesterday.

He was said to be aboard his vessel, MSC Monica, that left Tin Can Island Port, Lagos, yesterday, at 1a.m. and for over four hours, the vessel was floating on the sea.

Vanguard learnt that an alarm was sent to policemen attached to the marine section, who embarked on a rescue mission.

After he was saved, the Indian was taken to the Military hospital for medical attention.

Speaking later from his hospital bed, the Indian said he was in the sea for over five hours and if not for the timely intervention of the Marine Police, he may have died there.


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