Chinese mechanic rescues 71 stranded passengers from flood-stricken buses in Henan province

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Chinese mechanic rescues 71 stranded passengers from flood-stricken buses in Henan province” – below is their description.

A mechanic in China’s Henan province has been hailed a hero for rescuing 71 people aboard two buses that became stranded during the July floods in the city of Gongyi. Liu Songfeng from a nearby town used a bulldozer to ferry the passengers to safety.

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