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Man hailed as hero after saving drowning wife first before mum
17:09 02.08.2012
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The man, who was walking along with his wife and mother with boat, only managed to save his wifes life.

Xiao Guo said that he had taken his mum and wife for fishing with boat. During fishing it stared reining and boat lie over. Mum and wife were drowning, because  neither of them could swim. Xiao first saved his wifes life and then he couldn’t lead out his mother from water.

Meanwhile, in an online poll conducted by, almost 54% of the 19,562 respondents on the survey overwhelmingly supported Xiao Guo’s move to save the loved one closest to him. A paltry 2,963 people sided with his dad.

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