Drone Saves Two Boys – level 2

22-07-2019 15:00

Australian lifeguards were training to use their new rescue drones when they received a distress call. Two teenage boys were caught in powerful waves.

In one or two minutes, the drone dropped a float to them. They held the float and swam to shore, uninjured.

The drone rescue was the first one in the world. A normal rescue usually takes a few minutes longer.

Difficult words: lifeguard (an expert swimmer who saves people in the water), distress call (a message that somebody is in danger), float (a thing that does not go underwater).

You can watch the original video in the Level 3 section.

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