Watch: US Airmen In South Korea Organize Rescue Of Women And Babies Jumping From Burning Building
May 11, 2016
American servicemen in South Korea helped coordinate an extraordinary rescue as women and babies were dropped from the fourth story of a burning building into a safety blanket.
Bill Frost recorded the incredible rescue and uploaded the footage to his Facebook page.
"One of my stellar Airmen/teammates, MSgt Daniel Raimondo, helped save 3 women and 3 babies from this burning building outside Osan Airbase, Korea, by rallying folks on the street to help him hold a blanket while convincing mothers to toss their babies and then themselves from four stories to escape the flames," he wrote.
The video below from KBS News shows close-up footage of the crowd holding the blanket:
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