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A video grab shows Ibrahim Hussein Asiri and Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Al Zahrani rescuing the children.
In a heroic act, two Saudi youth risk their lives to rescue three children from an apartment fire in Makkah.
The incident happened in Al Khadra village.
The young men realised there was a fire and children were trapped inside.
In no time, one of them climbed to the first floor window to rescue the children.
The youth managed to cut the window iron to free the children. They were able to rescue all the three children before the apartment was gutted. A child was taken to the hospital for treatment.
The young men were Ibrahim Hussein Asiri and Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Al Zahrani.
They were praised for their heroic act.
The video went viral on social media. It was not clear if their parents were at home.
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