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    MOST people can only dream of having a swimming pool in their home, but for one family that became reality when they decided to install one in their garden. However, instead of putting it in their back garden where they were tight on space, they opted for the front - and they’ve not heard the last of it. 3The social media user showed how her front garden looked before the poolCredit: TikTok/@kaycalamatta 3The swimming pool now takes centre stageCredit: TikTok/@kaycalamatta TikTok user Mrs Olive, who can be found on the social media site at @kaycalamatta, explained that she had decided to utilise the space in her front garden by investing in a pool. She explained: “We had a very large space at the front of our property so we thought we would make the most of the area. After splashing out £38K and a “lot of hard work”, the Australian woman, who lives on the Gold Coast, said that the outdoors renovation project was “one hundred per cent worth the effort.” However, other social media users weren’t so sold on...
    A WIFE drowned trying to save her husband after he had a heart attack in the swimming pool of their holiday home. Diana Shamash, 80, leapt into the water fully clothed to try to help her 82-year-old property tycoon husband David, at the couple's holiday home in the south of France. 3Diana Shamash leapt into the water fully clothedCredit: Flickr 3Her husband David suffered a fatal heart attackCredit: Facebook Their neighbours who were meant to be coming round for dinner with the “lovely” English couple raised the alarm. When no-one answered the door, they entered the property to discover the bodies of couple, who are in their eighties, floating in the pool. A senior investigating source told the Daily Mail the house near the picturesque market town of Gignac is secluded so nobody would have been able to hear their cries for help. “What we do now know is that Mrs Shamash was fully clothed, and wearing her shoes, when she jumped into the pool to save her husband after he suffered a suspected heart attack,” they said. READ MORE...
    A seven-year-old boy has been dubbed a 'hero' after he bravely jumped into a six-foot-deep pool to save a three-year-old from drowning.  Massiah Browne, from Sacramento, California, was swimming with his family at their apartment complex, when he noticed that the toddler, who is a stranger to him, was lying with his mouth and eyes open at the bottom of the pool.  He quickly dove into the water and rescued the toddler - miraculously saving his life.  In an interview with Good Morning America, Massiah, who has been taking swimming lessons since he was young, opened up about the heroic moment. He said: 'I was just playing in the pool and then I saw a boy at the bottom of the pool and I went to go get him.'  Massiah Browne (pictured), seven, from California, saved a toddler after he saw the three-year-old boy lying face down at the bottom of the pool The seven-year-old boy (pictured above with his mom) was swimming with his family at their apartment complex six-foot deep pool when he jumped in to save the...
    A HERO ex-squaddie performed CPR on a seven-year-old Irish girl for over an hour after she was pulled from a Majorca swimming pool and later died.  The Brit holidaymaker, 42, from Newcastle, was at four-star HYB Eurocalas Hotel in the east coast resort of Calas de Mallorca when the youngster got into trouble in the hotel’s pool.   2The irish girl, 7, died two days after being pulled from a hotel swimming pool in Majorca The former British army fusilier told the Sun how he spent over an hour desperately trying to save the girl using resuscitation techniques as chaos ensued.  He sprung into action after he says another health worker on the scene pronounced the girl dead and that his army training taught him never to give up on resuscitation. He spent an hour pumping her chest until a paramedic arrived to take her to Palma hospital where she sadly died two days later. A German holidaymaker was the first to spot the girl and pull her from the water before the ex-soldier, who was just yards away, jumped in...
    AMERICAN synchronised swimmer Anita Alvarez was saved by her heroic coach after FAINTING in the water at the World Championships on Wednesday. Alvarez, 25, was competing in the final of the women's solo free event in Budapest when she came within seconds of death. 5Heroic coach Andrea Fuentes saved US synchronised swimmer Anita Alvarez after she fainted in the poolCredit: AFP 5Fuentes dived into the pool, swam to the bottom and hauled her to safetyCredit: AFP 5Alvarez was eventually dragged to safety by coach Fuentes and an unnamed manCredit: AFP 5Alvarez was dragged above the water before being given emergency medical careCredit: Getty 5Anita Alvarez was competing in the final of the women's solo free event at the World Championships in Budapest when she faintedCredit: Rex The US star was midway through her routine when she lost consciousness. Alvarez began to sink to the bottom of the pool before her coach, Andrea Fuentes, saved her life. Fuentes threw herself into the pool, swam to the floor, grabbed Alvarez and dragged her to safety with the help of another shocked onlooker....
    American swimmer Anita Alvarez is lucky to be alive after she fainted while competing at the World Championships and had to be rescued by her coach in stunning scenes on Thursday. The synchronised swimmer was competing in the final of the women's solo free event when she fell unconscious and sank to the bottom of the pool in Budapest. Her coach Andrea Fuentes leapt into the water and dragged her back to safety with the help of an unnamed man. Alvarez regained consciousness soon after being rescued from the pool, received immediate first aid and is reportedly recovering well. Anita Alvarez is rescued by her heroic coach Andrea Fuentes after losing consciousness and sinking to the bottom of the pool at the World Championships in Budapest on Thursday Fuentes said she had to leap in because 'the lifeguards weren't doing it' Another swimmer jumped in to help Fuentes after she got Alvarez's head above the water 'It was a big scare. I had to jump in because the lifeguards weren't doing it,' Fuentes said afterwards. 'I was scared because I...
    This is the terrifying moment a two-year-old girl almost drowned in a swimming pool while her father's back was turned. CCTV footage from Chiang Mai, in northern Thailand, shows Kaning Kanuengnit slipping into the pool before her quick-thinking sister Kana, 3, alerted their father who was sweeping up just a few feet away. Father Apisit, 29, immediately leapt into the water and rescued the toddler. CCTV footage from Chiang Mai, in northern Thailand, shows Kaning Kanuengnit slipping into the pool before her quick-thinking sister Kana, 3, alerted their father who was sweeping up just a few feet away. Pictured: The family   Apisit was watching his daughters but after he turned away for a moment, Kaning fell into the 4ft deep pool. She began flailing and swallowing mouthfuls of water in the dramatic footage Kaning and Kana had been walking around the yard of their family home on February 25, playing with inflatable rubber rings.    Apisit was watching his daughters but after he turned away for a moment, Kaning fell into the 4ft deep pool. She began flailing and swallowing mouthfuls...
    This is the nightmare moment a toddler almost drowned when she climbed into a family's swimming pool.  Footage shows father Cleyton Alves Pinto, 38, leaping into the pool in Matrinchã, Goiás, Brazil, to pull 14-month-old Bella out of the water. Bella's mother Karlla Araújo, 28, who is a baker, said she only realised what was happening when she heard Cleyton screaming. Footage shows the toddler, dressed in a white top and a nappy, tentatively dipping her foot in the swimming pool before falling in. Unable to swim, she starts thrashing her arms in the water, which alerted her father, who leapt from his hammock and jumped in to save his daughter.  The scare was caught on the family's CCTV, which Karlla recently shared online. Karlla said it all happened 'very fast'.  'I just heard my husband screaming,' she told Crescer.  She said: 'When I got there, she was calm, not crying, just her heart racing. 'I believe she didn't drink much water.' Karlla said she and her husband Cleyton Alves Pinto, 38, a farmer and tradesman, had spent the day by the pool...
    Video shows the harrowing moment Philadelphia 76ers center Andre Drummond rushes to save his two-year-old son, who had just fallen into a pool.  Drummond, 28, posted surveillance footage of the incident to Twitter Thursday, in which his son, Deon, is seen sitting with two adults around an outdoor, below-ground pool.  Suddenly, the toddler slides off the pool edge and face-first into the water as a woman sitting nearby shrieks, 'Deon, no!'
    REDDING, Calif. -- Talk about right place, right time.Paramedics from Oakland assigned to the Dixie Fire saved a boy's life at their hotel. LIFESAVING ENCOUNTER: A group of first responders assigned to #DixieFire staying at a Redding Hotel heard an anguished mother’s screams. They jumped into action, preventing a tragedy with quick-thinking actions. Theyre grateful they were in the right place at the right time. pic.twitter.com/MRGJIWfnHG— CAL FIRE Butte Unit/Butte County Fire Department (@CALFIRE_ButteCo) July 25, 2021They were at a hotel in Redding when they heard the child's mother scream.Paramedics rushed towards the screams and found a 10-year-old boy who had no pulse and was still partially in the pool.They gave him CPR.Moments later, he sat up and cried.RELATED: Florida boy, 7, swims 1 hour to shore to get help for family after boating mishap"Sigh of relief. sigh relief. It's funny as paramedics, as kids cry that's good, that means they have an airway," Tom Schwedhelm with Moraga-Orinda Fire Protection District said."I do have kids, I have four. So you know like it's hard not to look at a kid...
    He’s full of beans — and determination. A wacky California activist sat in an inflatable pool full of frijole dip for 24 hours to save his favorite Mexican Restaurant from going out of businesses. Hunter Ray Barker said he hoped the spicy stunt outside Los Toros in Los Angeles on Monday would draw support and attention to the 54-year-old eatery, which was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. “We have a golden opportunity to grab the bull by the horns and support local businesses in a big explosive way and so why not?” said Barker, who visited the restaurant while growing up. As part of the pinto-centric performance, he also got a tattoo of the Mexican joint’s bull-shaped logo while sitting in the dip and sporting a Los Toros T-shirt. Asked how he planned to go to the bathroom, he spilled the beans. “I do have a funnel that’s connected to me right now so any time I do have to go No. 1, that is connected to a bag that’s attached to my body. For No. 2, that...
    More On: mexican food ‘Nacho table’ is the most delicious family tradition Mexican restaurant serves ’emergency taco kits’ with side of toilet paper Chipotle founder Steve Ells exits board I taste-tested a bug diet, the sustainable protein that could save the world He’s full of beans — and determination. A wacky California activist sat in an inflatable pool full of frijole dip for 24 hours to save his favorite Mexican Restaurant from going out of businesses. Hunter Ray Barker said he hoped the spicy stunt outside Los Toros in Los Angeles on Monday would draw support and attention to the 54-year-old eatery, which was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. “We have a golden opportunity to grab the bull by the horns and support local businesses in a big explosive way and so why not?” said Barker, who visited the restaurant while growing up. As part of the pinto-centric performance, he also got a tattoo of the Mexican joint’s bull-shaped logo while sitting in the dip and sporting a Los Toros T-shirt. Asked how he planned to go to...
    A brave woman from Murfreesboro, Tennessee went through great lengths to rescue her dog. Surveillance video captured Jennie Tatum’s two dogs playing in the yard when one, Sid, slipped through the icy pool. Tatum then immediately jumped in to save her drowning pet. The Tennessee dog owner told "America’s Newsroom" she frantically leaped in the frigid water twice, since she couldn’t locate her dog the first time around. BEAR CUBS RESCUED FROM UNDER TENNESSEE HOUSE REUNITED WITH MOTHER BACK UNDER SAME HOME "I was going across the pool because I thought maybe he was swimming under the water…We think he went into shock as soon as he hit the water and he had floated up underneath it…" Tatum explained. After the shocking incident happened the Tennessee dog owner called her neighbor, a veterinarian, for help. Video"She actually said that he was in pretty bad shape and likely wouldn't make it, even to the vet, because the roads were closed down." Tatum said. "A lot of the businesses, veterinary clinics were shut down, as well, just...
    More On: dogs Good bot! Video shows NYPD’s new robotic dog in action in the Bronx Meet Skipper, the first puppy to survive with six legs Dog stays in freezing alpine foothills with injured hiker for 7 nights Dogs are mysteriously turning blue and pink in Russian city She’s a hero — no bones about it! A Tennessee woman jumped into the deep end of a frozen swimming pool to save her beloved rescue dog from going into hypothermic shock at the bottom, according to stunning video footage. “It was pure adrenaline,” dog owner Jennie Tatum told ABC 2. “The vet actually told me, ‘This is a miracle.’” Tatum was filming her two pit bull-mixes frolicking in the snow at her home in Murfreesboro last week when one of them, Sid, slipped and plunged into the frigid water, the station reported. Tatum frantically tossed her cellphone aside, hopped in up to her chest and began the breaking ice with her hands — but she couldn’t see Sid. “I was screaming because I wanted him to know that he could come...
    A Tennessee woman braved the cold and freezing weather to rescue her dog, who fell into a swimming pool that froze due to last week’s snowstorm. Jennie Tatum said both of her dogs were outside playing when her dog, Sid, slipped and fell through the top layer of ice covering the swimming pool. “I think he went into shock when he hit the water,” owner Jennie Tatum told WSMV. “Because he was basically floating when we found him.” Sid was following his brother around the pool and enjoying the snow when he fell paws first into the top layer of the ice-covered pool. Tatum, who was watching from the back porch, immediately dove into the water to save Sid, WZTV reported. Several seconds later, she found her dog and lifted him out of the pool. Then, she called her neighbor, a practicing veterinarian, who administered an emergency shot. The veterinarian told them that, had Sid been in that pool any longer, he would not have survived. Tatum said her pool pump broke a week before the winter storm. Had the...
    TWIN toddlers drowned in a family pool when one fell in and the other tried to save him. Cops are investigating the deaths of two-year-olds Sebastian and Ethan after their little bodies were dragged out of a pool in Durban, South Africa over the weekend. 3Cops are investigating the deaths of two-year-olds Sebastian and EthanCredit: @ivan.ahmed.14/Newsflash 3The twins died after falling into a swimming poolCredit: @ivan.ahmed.14/Newsflash A spokesman for the local ambulance service confirmed that the twin brothers had died. They said in a statement: "Rescue Care Paramedics arrived on the scene to find the twins had somehow fallen into the family pool. "Paramedics assessed the two and attempted to resuscitate them. “However, their attempts were not successful and both boys were declared deceased on the scene." The boy's grandfather Ivan Ikes said the pair had died after being left with their nanny and had somehow got outside without her knowing. He wrote on social media: "The boys got up and went outside and somehow, after fiddling, got the gate to the pool fence open. “One kid fell in and...
    The New Jersey family members who drowned in their backyard pool were trying to rescue an 8-year-old from deep water — but none of them could swim, law-enforcement sources said. The tragic ordeal began when the child — identified by neighbors as Sacchi Patel — jumped into a 6- or 7-foot-deep section of the above-ground pool at the family’s recently purchased house in East Brunswick on Monday afternoon, the sources said. An aunt who was watching the girl called for help, and the child’s 62-year-old grandfather, Bharat Patel, jumped in to try to save her, according to sources. But Bharat struggled in the water because he didn’t know how to swim. So the girl’s mother, 33-year-old Nisha Patel, then jumped in. But Nisha also didn’t know how to swim and struggled to save both her daughter and father-in-law before drowning, law-enforcement sources said. The aunt who witnessed the ordeal was able to reach the young girl in the water, but not soon enough to save her life, NBC New York reported. The three lived in the house on Clearview...
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