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Three Navy sailors noticed people gathered at a spot near Marine Drive and jumped into the waters and pulled the man out.
Mumbai: A man was saved from drowning in the Arabian Sea near the Marine Drive here by sailors of the Indian Navy.
Three Navy sailors noticed people gathered at a spot near the Marine Drive on Sunday. On seeing a man drowning in the sea, the sailors jumped into the waters and pulled him out, a Navy release said Tuesday.
3 young sailors of #IndianNavy Akash (Ship's Diver), Dhananjay Seaman( good swimmer) & Vishwakarma (Marine Commando) rescue a man who had fallen into sea off Marine Drive on the night of 09 Sept. Their selfless & prompt act of bravery is in keeping with the finest traditions IN pic.twitter.com/Q854vJe3mW— SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) September 11, 2018
The man was administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation and after he regained consciousness, the sailors handed him over to the local police, the release added.