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It doesn’t bear thinking about what could have happened.
“The little boy was a bit shocked but otherwise okay I think.“I was so proud of my son for doing it and using his initiative to assess what was happening, even though he could have put himself in danger.”Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service area manager Tony Crook said: “It is so important to remind people to stay safe near water, especially at this high-risk time of year.
“The boy jumped off and he wasn’t able to touch the bottom of the river.
“There was another girl aged around seven and the boy grabbed her and was trying to keep himself out of the water by holding on to her, but he was pushing her under and they were both going under the water.