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Watch: Sikh men use their turbans to rescue stranded hikers at Canada waterfall

Just before a rescue team could reach the location, a group of five men rendered aid to the men by taking their turbans off, tying them together and making a long rope and helped save their lives from the river in a spate.

Oct 20, 2021, 5:13 PM IST

Quick thinking and the presence of mind of a group of hikers in Canada saved the lives of two stranded hikers at a waterfall. The Sikh hikers used their turbans to pull out the men who had slipped into the freezing waters at Golden Ears waterfall.

Just before a rescue team could reach the location, a group of five men rendered aid to the men by taking their turbans off, tying them together and making a long rope and helped save their lives from the river in a spate.

Kuljinder Kinda and his four friends sprung to action removed their turbans to fashion a makeshift rope with which they hauled the pair to safety in a rescue that is being widely lauded on social media.

The video of their bravado has gone viral on social media and the internet can't help but appreciate the men.