VIDEO: Saudi man jumps from car to rescue child entangled in camel’s reins during race
10 Aug 2022
A videograb shows the rescue operation in Tabuk.
Gulf Today Report
A Saudi man, identifies as Mohammed Al Balawi, saved the life of a child who fell from the back of a camel and got entangled in reins during a camel race in the city of Tabuk.
The video showed the moment the child fell from the back of a camel, but he remained attached to it because reins, but Al Balawi quickly jumped from his car and caught the child, who was still holding on to the camel while it was running, according to Saudi media.
Al Balawi said, "When the race started, I noticed that the halter attached to the camel which Mishari Al Wabisi was riding started to move and the rider was called to reduce the camel's speed and stop it to reinstall the halter, but the camel did not respond."
He added, "It is very dangerous and a critical moment. We had to intervene to stop the camel and save the child."
He affirmed that the halter was grabbed and fastened and there were no injuries.