Young boy narrowly escapes tragedy after falling from zip line in Mexico

A heart-stopping moment was captured when a six yr outdated boy fell from a 13-metre excessive zip line at an amusement park in Mexico. However, due to fast help from a kindhearted bystander, the boy was rescued, narrowly averting a possible tragedy.
Building blocks involving six 12 months outdated Caesar Moreno, occurred when he was on a zipper line stationed about 13 metres over a man-made lake in a Mexican amusement park on June 25. The boy’s mother and father, who have been closely watching their son, screamed in horror as the episode unfolded.
Reports point out that a clip of the incident was recorded by Moreno’s family, revealing that the boy was on the zip line with the supervision of an adult man who was additionally engaged on the zip line, giving instructions. Having been on it for a while, the boy came to a halt unexpectedly, after which all of a sudden his safety belt linked to the zip line wire got indifferent, leading to Moreno’s uncontrollable plunge into the lake beneath, reported KhaoSod.
Following Moreno’s fall, a man who witnessed the scenario promptly leapt into the lake to aid the young boy, who was then struggling underwater and almost drowning. Mere seconds later, Natalie Moreno, Caesar’s sister, and her boyfriend also jumped into the lake, assisting in the rescue. Thankfully, young Moreno did not endure any severe accidents.
Nevertheless, Natalie Moreno took to Facebook to relate the terrifying event, praising the great Samaritan who promptly helped rescue her brother who had fallen while zip lining and almost ended up drowning. Natalie also criticised the park for the dearth of trained personnel to assist in such conditions.
“No one helped my brother and the man who was trying to drag him out of the lake.”

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