The video was posted on Twitter that shows other individuals holding one student by the legs as he scales the canal wall to rescue a dog.
A heartwarming video of Manchester students rescuing a dog from a canal is going viral on social media. The video shows that the dog had been floating for some time before a pet owner called for help for his dog, who had fallen into a canal. The dog struggled to cling to the canal’s sides as its strength was rapidly eroding.
The video was shared on Twitter by Daibhidh and had got 2.7 million views.
Watch the video here:
Dog rescued Ancoats pic.twitter.com/WxJ9nNmzaZ
— Daibhidh (@Dbelldb1) February 13, 2023
According to Metro News, Batu Akyol was holding onto his dog’s lead after it had fallen into the Ancoats Canal. Two 20-year-old boys, Jack Spencer Furmston and Ben Camphor, responded to his need for help by coming to his aid and rescuing the dog.
Ben, the tallest among them, was hanged upside down to rescue the dog from the canal after too many people had gathered there.
People are praising the young men’s heroic efforts, and the video has gained a lot of popularity on social media.
Over 10 million people have watched the clip documenting Jack Spencer Furmston and Ben Camphor’s bravery.
Social media users are posting interesting comments about the video in its comment section.
“When I first started watching, I thought it was just a bunch of yobs messing around, until I dug a little deeper. Fantastic praise for these young men; what a wonderful thing to do. Just goes to show, don’t judge a book by its cover, and so on,” one user commented.