Mystery couple could help dead Chinese student investigation
A couple taking a midnight stroll along a wharf could help NSW Police learn more about how a young Chinese student ended up dead in the water near the Sydney harbour bridge. Police have released CCTV images of the man and woman in an appeal for witnesses after the body of a 22-year-old woman was spotted floating at Campbells Cove on the morning of 12 November.The death is not being treated as suspicious, but detectives are trying to find out more details about the circumstances of the tragedy. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.
save an elderly man after he jumped from a Sydney bridge - before trying in vain to resuscitate him . Two Muslim men dived into a river in a desperate bid to save an elderly man 's life at he Footage of the incident showed the pair walking through the waist-deep water before grabbing the
An elderly couple was spotted drowning in a river in Haining city in China’s Zhejiang Province at around 8am on October 25th, an onlooker jumped The elderly man 's heartbeat and breathing were restored after the emergency measures and he was sent to hospital along with his wife to receive
Two Muslim men dived into a river in a desperate bid to save an elderly man's life at he plunged from a Sydney bridge.
The men waded into the Parramatta River in Silverwater in Sydney's west at about 1.15pm on Sunday when they saw the pensioner in the water.
Footage of the incident showed the pair walking through the waist-deep water before grabbing the man and hauling him back to the shore.
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The man 's two companions quickly jumped in after him , but were unsuccessful in their attempt to save him . The cellphone owner and another male, 23, were ultimately pulled out of the water by diver rescue A 21-year-old female who jumped in the water remains missing and is presumed dead.
Pictured: The incredible moment hero bystanders jump into dangerous surf to save an elderly man just moments before he is dashed on rocks at a Sydney beach. A 75-year-old man has been saved from powerful swell at a Sydney beach. The swimmer entered the water and appeared to 'knock' his
A crowd gathered as the men tried to resuscitate the pensioner, thought to be in his 80s, but he tragically died at the scene.
'May Allah reward these two men who swam out to pull an old man that jumped off the bridge in Silverwater,' a caption on the video read.
Social media users were quick to praise the men's actions.
'Bless these guys for swimming out to the man,' said one Facebook user.
'Well done to the brave men who jumped in,' said another.
'What legends going in there to help,' shared someone else.
New South Wales Police told Daily Mail Australia emergency crews were called to revive the man, who is believed to be of Asian descent and in his 80s.
'Cumberland police and ambulance services were called to the scene.
'Despite their best efforts, the man could not be resuscitated.'
Police said a report is being prepared for the coroner.
The death is not being treated as suspicious.
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Desperate search for young reveller who vanished after attempting to swim across shark-infested Brisbane River during a night out .
A woman saw the man jump into the Brisbane River at the West End ferry terminal at Oarleigh Park at 9.15 on Saturday night and contacted police after losing sight of him in the water. He was last seen swimming across the river towards St Lucia, which is a known hot spot for bull sharks.Queensland Museum ichthyologist Jeff Johnson told the ABC there are an estimated 3,000 bull sharks in Brisbane River, and that they are more active in the summer months.© Provided by Daily Mail The man was seen entering Brisbane River at the West End ferry terminal at Oarleigh Park at 9.