Gergely Nógrádi writer, cantor, saved the life of an eight-year-old girl on the free-field on Tiszakécske. She threw herself into the water, swept away for the little girl and rescinded the baby.
Gergely Nógrádi just visited his friends in the small town and then went to his wife to go to the river Tisza to take a dip in the river. He swam and then came out of the water, and dressed as they were about to leave, when a woman began to scream at the shore, as her little girl who could not swim went overboard to the speedboats, where the river suddenly deepened. The eyewitnesses said the little girl was drowning and squatting, but her mother did not want to go to the water because she could not swim.
Gergely Nógrád then threw himself from the garment into the water, slamming for the little girl who had already been immersed in the river by searching for him in the heavily sprung water and rescues the child. By the time they landed, the little girl’s daddy was revealed, so the family thanked the writer for the first time, and after they got past the first horror, they got together to get home. Then the little girl went to Gergely Nógrád once more and whispered, “Thank you very much!”
“You are nice, but there is nothing strange about the fact that after a little girl I jumped into the Tisza. All of you would have done the same, “Nógrád wrote after the incident on Facebook. One of the commentators commented that this kind of action would have been a life-saving award ever.
Gergely Nógrádi is the cantor of the Frankel Synagogue, and recently sang in Leeds, Northern England, with such a breakthrough success that he named the door as the legitimate holder of the throne of European cantaloupe on this occasion. Like his father, Gábor Nógrádi, Gergely also writes mainly novels about youth.