Ninja Warrior Contestant Saves Baby And Parents Stuck In Mud Thanks To ‘Sixth Sense’

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Abdul Rafay
On 20th March 2022

Following a catastrophic landslide, a brave former Ninja Warrior contestant rescued a newborn and its parents who were trapped neck-deep in mud. When her “sixth sense” told her that not everyone had been accounted for, she was wrapping up a day of rescue efforts in the northern part of New South Wales, which had been particularly hard hit by floods.

She told the Saturday Paper: “I could see a baby lying on top of the mud and about 30m or 50m away, the parents, the mum, and dad, were buried almost neck-deep in the mud and they had been there for more than 24 hours.”

According to the rescuer, the infant tried to roll over and got mud in its mouth, knocking it out and leaving its hapless parents stuck and unable to intervene.

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After hurriedly dialing 000 (Australia’s national emergency number), Lisa began doing life-saving CPR on the infant while hanging to her rope.

She then began digging the family members out from the neck-deep mud.

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She added: “Apparently I was like a dog at the beach with the speed I was trying to dig those parents out.

“It must have been, for them, the most horrific thing ever having their child in front of them but not being able to hold on to them.”

The family was taken to the hospital and made a full recovery.

It was one of the scores of miracle rescues taking place around the state as communities in northern New South Wales try to recover from the floods, she added.

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Residents in the city of Lismore are on the verge of declaring defeat after a record-breaking flood buried entire homes, stores, and businesses, while others were destroyed and some simply floated away.

“It’s a war zone,” town solicitor Sean Radburn told the Daily Mail. “It appears that a bomb has detonated. It’s very depressing.”

After a tragic vehicle accident, Lisa had to relearn how to walk and competed on Australian Ninja Warrior in 2017.

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