Synchronized swimmer rescued by coach during competition

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “Synchronized swimmer rescued by coach during competition” – below is their description.

American swimmer Anita Alvarez lost consciousness during a competition in Budapest and was rescued by her coach Andrea Fuentes, who pulled her out of the water and performed CPR until medics arrived.

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