Nine-year-old British girl saves two girls within days of each other in Pattaya

PUBLISHED ON TUE, AUG 8, 2017 7:02 PM

Nine-year-old Lakeisha Saynam Nealon saves two girls within days of each other in Thailand

 

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A SCHOOLGIRL from Bolton is being hailed a hero after she helped save two youngsters from drowning while on holiday in Thailand.

 

Nine-year-old Lakeisha Saynam Nealon swam to the rescue of a little girl, aged around four, whose armbands had slipped off, the day after she arrived in the resort of Pattaya.

 

Lakeisha was staying at the Sutus Court Hotel with her dad Ian and mum Sumran when the drama unfolded on July 19.

 

She managed to drag the girl to safety despite being pulled under the water by the panicking youngster.

 

And just a few days later the keen swimmer went to the rescue of another little girl when the family moved on to Beung Khan to see relatives.

 

Full story: http://www.thisislancashire.co.uk/news/15456921.Hero_9_year_old_saves_TWO_drowning_girls_within_days_of_each_other_while_on_holiday/

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