A police officer saved the live of a man who was drowning in the Mediterranean, after the man was carried out to sea by an undertow near a beach in Tel Aviv-Yaffa.
The policeman noticed that the man had been carried out to sea, as the man was waving his hands for help after having difficulty returning to shore. As soon as the report was received, naval police officers jumped into a police boat and headed to the scene.
The man was then pulled from the waters into the police, suffering from exhaustion. He was then treated by the MDA teams called to the scene.
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