Like a super hero Aquaman. A 57-year-old man, a disabled carpenter, was swept away by the waves tsunami caused by the eruption of the submarine volcano south-south volcanoAnd he swam for 27 hours to get back to the mainland and save his life.
Lisala Folaw, as it relates to Sky News, found inAtata Island – Only 60 people live in – and he was busy painting his house when he was Surprised by the rogue waves. Around 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 15, the man took refuge in a tree. However, when he got out, he was flooded and dragged away from shore.
“Float and thrown here and there of the waves that came without stopping,” says Folau, who always had trouble walking. The man explained that he has I swam about seven and a half kilometers up the coast of Tongatapu Island, where it landed around 10pm on Sunday January 16th. His project – a true miracle – went viral on social media and Folau was rebranded as “Aquaman”, as the superhero protagonist of comics, cartoons and movies.
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