Story of a Pakistani who saved a Saudi family from deadly fire

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A Pakistani hero who lives in Saudi Arabia has rescued a Saudi family from their burning car after a car accident. The Eastern Province Prince, Saud Bin Nayef praised his courage and honored him.

In the details, Mohamed Yehya Mansoor said that the car of the family erupted on fire following a traffic accident. He rushed to help the family and save those who were inside the car. He took them out and provided the needed first aid and then, he called the concerned authorities.

Mohamed, who was reportedly driving a water truck, noticed that the car was getting on fire, so he used the truck hose to put out the fire before it gets to other vehicles on the crowded street.

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The Saudi prince praised the Pakistani expatriate for his courage in saving lives, saying that both the Saudi citizens and expatriate residents were partners in protecting people and properties. The Prince has also offered Mohamed a gift and a trip to Mecca to perform pilgrimage this year.

It is worth mentioning that the general manager at the Eastern Province Water Company, engineer Amer bin Ali al-Mutairi, honored the Pakistani expatriate a week ago, and offered him a commemorative plaque, financial reward and a trip for 3 people to perform Umrah. Mohamed Mansoor works as a driver for a water truck and an operation and maintenance agent at a company in Dammam.

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