American swimmer Alvarez drowned when he fainted in the pool: the coach jumped … pulled out; Lifeguards of the World Championships stood watching

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It is said that the one who saves is always greater than the one who kills and if he saves life, then he will be called God. On Thursday, coach Andrea Fuentes became a god to her trainee and saved her life.

This whole incident happened at the World Aquatics Championships. The final of the solo free of this competition going on in Budapest was going on. In this, 25-year-old American Artistic Swimmer Anita Alvarez was performing. During this, she suddenly fainted and started drowning. He was not breathing. Immediately his coach Andrea Fuentes jumped into the water and brought him out.

However, Alvarez soon regained consciousness and was given immediate medical treatment. Now they are fine. The US Swim Team issued a statement saying that Alvarez is now feeling well. Doctors examined him and everything is normal. Seeing this whole incident, the entire American team is shocked. During this, the players of the team were seen handling each other. All this happened so suddenly that no one could understand how it happened.

Andrea has saved them before
This is not the first time that coach Fuentes has saved Alvarez. Alvarez had similarly fainted during the Olympic qualifiers held in Barcelona last year. Even then, Andrea had saved him.

The coach said – I had to jump, because the lifeguards were standing there giving a spectacle
During this, the negligence of the lifeguards came to the fore and instead of saving the player, they stood watching the spectacle. Coach Andrea also reprimanded the lifeguards for this. Fuentes said, ‘That’s why I had to jump. Because instead of doing this, the lifeguards were just standing there.

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