A man on the pier to scatter the ashes of his grandmother in the bay was injured while rescuing a drowning dog

A 20-year-old man named Raden Symawinata went to Brighton Pier to scatter the ashes of his grandmother in Melbourne Bay, Australia, but when he said goodbye to one human life, he had no idea he would save another. Respectfully, a little Matleseshitzu named Bibi was blown off the dock by a strong wind into the water.

Its owner, Sue Drummond, panicked and feared that his furry best friend would drown. Without hesitation, Soemawinata quickly took off her shirt and underwear. and jumped into the water to rescue the frightened puppy, while Drummond and passersby watched nervously.

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Luckily, Soemawinata was able to grab the struggling Bibi and pull him out of the water to rescue him. He hugged Bibi as Drummond knelt and pulled. Drummond hugged Simawinata tightly and breathed a sigh of relief after their hairy baby was safe.

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She never expected this to happen at all, but I’m sure she will hold onto Bibi when she is at the dock, from now on.

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Outside of Simawinata, poor Bibi may have drowned.Drummond said that she hesitated to jump into the water behind him, as she was not sure that she would go ashore with a fighting dog.

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Fortunately, Soemawinata, who was hailed as a hero, was in the right place at the right time to save Bibi. It was definitely destiny, and Bebe and Drummond were grateful for her quick thinking.

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