Iranian migrants save Greek firemen after crash in Lesbos

Migrants walk on the street towards Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos on September 8, 2015Four Iranian migrants rushed to the aid of two Greek firemen after their engine crashed down a ravine on the island of Lesbos, Athens News Agency reported Sunday. The migrants had been making the roughly 50-kilometre (30-mile) walk from Sikamnia, where their dinghy had been put ashore, to the capital of Mytilene on Saturday when they saw the engine fall into the ravine. The migrants called for help and stayed with the firemen until they had been freed and transferred to hospital.

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