Asians generally don’t like dogs. Kudos to Mr. David Phung for diving into some really nasty water to rescue a small chihuahua-mix type of canine.
Footage has captured the moment a rescuer pulled a woman from a sinking car during floods in the US, before disappearing back under the water to rescue her dog.
They were saved just in the nick of time after becoming trapped inside their car during historic floods in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday.
The video, broadcast on WAFB, shows three men, who were on a boat, desperately trying to break into the car as it sinks into the water.
The drowning woman is pulled from a submerged car in the nick of time
“Oh my God, I’m drowning,” the woman is heard screaming, seconds before going silent as her vehicle becomes fully submerged.
With just moments left to save the pair, one of the rescuers, David Phung, jumps into the brown, murky water and disappears below the surface.
He manages to drag the woman to safety through the ripped roof of her convertible as she begs him to go back for her dog.
He is seen taking a deep breath, before disappearing again, only to resurface moments later with the panic-stricken pet.
“I got the dog, I got the dog,” he yells.
All three are understood to have survived the ordeal unhurt.