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Millions see Thai soldier save puppy with CPR

Millions of people have gone online to see a young Thai soldier save a puppy from drowning by using CPR

Viewed by three million as of yesterday evening that figure has now topped a staggering eight million.

Star of the show is recruit Weeraphon Sukudom who noticed that one of a litter of pups in a flooded garage had gone missing. He found the pup and then using his thumbs gave gentle CPR until a pulse returned and the two or three day old creature was saved.

He was filmed by his friend Tongchana Paeloy who posted the footage that was later shared to popular page “Drama-addict”.

Weeraphon said he learnt to do CPR years ago but had never had occasion to use it on people or animals.

When he saw the floating puppy it was blue so he stepped in to help and managed to revive it.

He was praised across social media as millions viewed the touching story.

Thai Visa / Thai Rath



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