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Domestic Helper Saves Employer’s Child During Lebanon Blast Without Any Hesitation

A brave domestic helper ignored her own safety just to save her employer’s child during the horrifying blast in Beirut, Lebanon.

Over the past few days, the horrifying Beirut blast has been one of the most discussed topics on social media. The incident took the lives of several residents and injured numerous individuals. The blast also displaced thousands of people.

The Lebanese authorities said that the blast happened at a warehouse containing around 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, a chemical used to create fertilizers and explosives. Beirut is now under a two-week state of emergency due to the incident.

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Different nations all around the globe have already expressed their support for Lebanon and even sent financial help to the blast-affected country.

Recently, A Twitter user named Hassan Sajwani has shared the video footage of a brave domestic helper who saved her employer’s daughter during the terrifying blast at Beirut. The video goes viral and garnered various comments from the netizens.

In the video, it can be seen that the lady worker is doing household chores tasked to her when she felt a light shockwave and try to observe what is happening. After a few moments, a strong shockwave struck the house and she immediately saves her employer’s child.

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