A combo image shows Saudis carrying the injured man.
In a miraculous escape, a number of Saudis rushed to the site of a mountain near Jazan in Saudi Arabia and rescued a person who fell from the top.
The man suffered multiple fractures.
According to witnesses, a person fell from the top of the mountain to the rugged terrain below. Dozens of Saudis in the area rushed to the site to save him.
A video circulating on social media showed dozens of people descending from the top of the mountain. The men then carried the man to a safe place. The concerned authorities reached the site and evacuated the person.
A source with the knowledge of the incident revealed the man was very seriously injured and was rushed to hospital.
This is not the first time such an incident has taken place in Saudi Arabia.
In January, all passengers of a car survived with injuries after their vehicle fell off a mountain.
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