A video grab shows the bulldozer driver rescuing the 3 men.
A video of a massive bulldozer rescuing men trapped in the floods after heavy rain in Saudi Arabia went viral.
The inclement weather in Saudi flooded valleys, prompting authorities to issue weather warnings.
The video showed a large bulldozer rescuing three people from floods after the car they were travelling in was caught up in the streams.
The quick presence of mind of the driver saved their lives. The driver was seen driving into the streams to reach the three men. He then rescued them.
Netizens have heaped praise on the driver for his heroic efforts.
The General Authority of Meteorology and Environment Protection has forecast the stormy weather accompanied by active winds in the regions of Najran, Assir, Baha, Jazan, and the southern parts of Eastern province.
The Authority's report stated that the surface wind movement in the Red Sea is easterly northerly to northerly at a speed of 15-42 km/h, while the surface wind movement in the Arabian Gulf is westerly northerly at a speed of 15-40.
The Directorate of Civil Defence in Najran called on everyone to abide by safety instructions and take precautions, in the light of the reports of the Saudi weather body.Motorists have been urged to exercise caution in the streets.
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A student, Nahar Khaled Al-Enezi, noticed the situation and with his presence of mind, he took over the wheel — and took control of the situation.
Jadeja was part of the rescue team and walked for over 1.5 kms carrying two of them on his shoulders, despite an injury to his leg.
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