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    Deus Ex Machina: Spanish Drone Saves Drowning Woman

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    A woman who had been swept out to sea off the coast of Spain was saved with the help of a lifeguard drone. This footage, taken by a camera mounted on the drone, was posted on YouTube.

    The incident occurred next to the Spanish city of Sagunto on the Mediterranean coast. In order to help the woman, who could not return to the beach by herself, rescuers had to use a drone. The operator of the drone directed him to the drowning woman, delivering her a life jacket.


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