Six men formed a human ladder to save children from a fire that broke out in a building. The heroic act that took place in China has gone viral on Facebook.
In a scene that looked straight out of a movie, six men rescued two girls trapped inside a burning building. The six climbed the building to form a human ladder and saved the girls. The video of the rescue has gone viral on social media after the incident occurred in Xintian, Hunan.
The video has the caption: Six guys built a human ladder by climbing the building with their bare hands to pull the children from the window, and carry them to safety.
The brave rescue of the two girls from the burning building in Xintian, Hunan, has been captured on video that has gone viral on Facebook. The video shows the girls trapped when the third level of a multi-storey building caught fire. The six heroic men did not think about their own lives. Instead they climbed the building’s wall with their bare hands to help the kids. According to local media, the six then formed a human ladder to rescue the girls.
In a video, shared by ‘Trending in China’, black smoke is seen rising from the building.
As it ends, the video shows some firefighters near the building while the second girl was being pulled out of the window.
The video received many comments, after it went viral.
Showing that they loved it, the video received red heart emojis from many users in the comments section.
One of the users, called Near Ray, wrote, “Beautiful.”
A second user, who goes by the name ErwinRowel Boiser, commended the human compassion that the six men showed. The user in his comment asked God to bless the men and wrote Amen.
Another user, Denise Correa, wrote a Portuguese comment, which in English means the unity showed by the men makes strength.
But, it is sad that the video also received bad comments. One of the users, Nguyen Hai, watched the video with doubt and wrote a comment in Vietnamese. The comment in English, means it looks absurd as a a firefighter is seen below the building, but allowing civilians to climb for rescuing the girls looks like a clumsy, artificially developed scene.
After noticing the the building’s unconventional look, another user, Ohiafi Rafiu, asked, “Why the bars in the first place?”
A similar comment, saying, “Looks like a prison,” was received by another user, Darion Thorne.