A cold dip in the Limfjord was the night of Sunday extremely close to that cost a 35-year-old man from Aalborg life.
Now reported he, however, outside the risk of death, according to two police officers risked their lives and at the last moment even jumped in the icy water to save him.
"It ends, thankfully, with to be a happy story, a report from the hospital is that the 35-year-old is no longer in danger," says vagtchef Karsten Højrup Kristensen from the North jutland Police
It was at. 02.34 night to Sunday, that one reviewer called 112 and told, that he heard a man shouting down from the water at Østre Havnegade in Aalborg.
He was, however, because of the cold water too dilapidated to stick in the wreath, and instead decided two of the police officers itself to leap into the water.
Shortly after, they managed to get the almost unconscious man rescued ashore on havnestykket, where, according to police vagtchef is lit rises from the water with 15-20 meter intervals.
Highly dilapidated and in critical condition was the 35-year-old moved to Aalborg university Hospital, while the officers could just get a ride home at the station to get dry clothes and warmth.
"It was brave and nice made by my colleagues. They will basically be set for a reward for their heroic effort," says vagtchef Karsten Højrup Kristensen.
It remains to be seen, how it happened that the 35-year-old ended up in the Limfjord. He lives close to the site, and according to vagtchefen is the time taken into account not inconceivable that he was on his way home from a trip in the city.Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 02:00