Worker ducks and avoids being beheaded by inches when a boat got out of hand crashes into a river jetty
- The unnamed man walks next to the water when the ship slides behind him
- It hits the pontoon in Manaus, on the banks of the river Negro, Brazil
- The boat is centimeters away from his head, but he dives just in time
- It is understood that the man hears shouts from those in the affected vessel
This is the heartbreaking moment when an employee is almost beheaded by a boat getting out of hand while it bumps into a jetty.
The man walks beside the water when the ship glides up behind him and hits the small pontoon in Manaus, on the banks of the Negro River, Brazil.
The boat is only a few centimeters away from his head, but the unmentioned companion dives and avoids being crushed by Madame Crys.
The man walks beside the water as the ship slides behind him up in Manaus, on the banks of the Negro River, Brazil
The boat is only a few centimeters away from the collision in his head, but the unmentioned accompanying ducks and avoids being crushed by the Madame Crys (photo)
It is understood that the man shouts from those on the affected ship just in time during the incident at 30.39 on October 30.
Officials at Terminal Ajato, which is on the banks of the river, said the boat had problems with the brakes, according to a source Em Tempo it had stopped working for the captain.
They added: & # 39; The crew realized the problem and started screaming. At that time the boy listened and could throw himself. & # 39;
It is understood that the man hears shouts of those on the affected ship just in time during the incident at 5.43 am on October 30
It was later reported that the ship had tried to stop at the pontoon, but the lever support cable that controlled the engine failed.
The ship's captain would have turned off the machine in an attempt to minimize the damage.
A woman who is supposed to work for the Madame Crys company said on social media: “We thank God that nobody was injured in the collision, neither from our team nor from Pontoon employees.
Officials in Terminal Ajato, on the left bank of the river, said the boat had problems with the brakes
& # 39; We continued to take all necessary measures and our maintenance team corrected the mechanical failure and repaired the damage.
& # 39; The next day the boat made its weekly route to Tabatinga as normal and returned to Manaus with the protection of our Lord and under the direction of Commander Leonardo. & # 39;
She emphasized that the captain was in charge of the boat for six years and had worked for the company for 12 years.
And she claimed that he is known for his & # 39; competence, experience and responsibility & # 39 ;.
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