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Coach dives into pool to save US Athlete after she fainted during World Championships (Photos)

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A scary incident occurred on the World championships in Budapest on Wednesday, June 22, when American creative swimmer, Anita Alvarez, collapsed contained in the pool.

Alvarez was on the verge of drowning after fainting contained in the pool and needed to be rescued by her coach, Andrea Fuentes – a four-time Olympic medalist in synchronized swimming.

With out taking a thought, Fuentes dived into the pool after seeing Alvarez sink to the underside of the pool on the finish of her efficiency.

She carried Alvarez to the highest and carried out CPR on her earlier than she was given medical consideration by paramedics and brought away on a stretcher.

Based on experiences, that is the second time Alvarez is shedding consciousness inside a pool as Fuentes additionally rescued her throughout an Olympic qualification occasion final 12 months.

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Talking on the incident that might have gone worse that it did, Fuentes on Wednesday, June 22, stated,

“Anita is a lot better, she is already at her greatest. It was a very good scare, to be trustworthy.

“I jumped into the water once more as a result of I noticed that nobody, no lifeguard, was leaping in. I acquired somewhat scared as a result of she wasn’t respiration, however now she’s high-quality. She has to relaxation.”

In the meantime, the U.S. Creative Swimming Instagram web page has launched a press release confirming that the 25-year-old athlete is best now.

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