Ace motorcycle diaries, with interviews with three men who rescued a life raft
A man who rescued an life raft from the side of a car in the middle of a Queensland river has revealed the bravery of the other two men who assisted him.
Key points:The men were all volunteers and the raft was on a motorcycle The raft was about 50 metres (160 feet) long and 50 metres wideSource: Ace motorcycle forumsThe man, who asked not to be identified, said he and his partner were driving along a busy road in a rural area when they noticed a motorcycle speeding along.
They were driving at about 80km/h (50mph) when they spotted the vehicle on a motorway, but the driver of the vehicle refused to stop.
“I was on the highway and I heard the sound of a vehicle on the motorway and as I turned onto the highway, I saw the motorcycle going past and I pulled over to get my partner out of the car,” the man said.
“As I was driving the car, I thought ‘what am I doing?’,” he said.’
I felt scared’The motorcycle driver pulled over, but not before he asked the man to wait for him on the side.
The man was able to get a grip on the motorcycle and he was able grab hold of the back of the motorcycle.
The motorcycle was stuck on the car’s side of the road for more than five minutes.
“The guy was able just to grab hold on to the back and pull it back and it just started falling,” the motorcyclist said.
He said the man told him the motorbike driver was an “extremely good man” and that he had just saved his life.
“That guy just kept saying, ‘I feel scared’,” the man added.
“He was just very calm and calm and just said, ‘don’t worry’.”
The man said he told the driver that he could do whatever he wanted, and the driver told him he could stay put.
“Then he took his phone and just started texting me saying ‘get on with it’,” he added.
The motorcyclists rescued the life raft after being called out to the side in a remote part of the river.
“We were driving and I was thinking, ‘there’s no way we can do this,'” the man recalled.
“There was just no way of us getting off that motorway in that conditions.”
The man told his partner about the ordeal.
“My partner said, how about we go get a life jacket and carry it out?,” the motorcycle rider said.
The life raft was eventually pulled from the water, but it was not the first time a lifeboat has been washed up on the banks of the Brisbane River.
The woman was among the first to survive.
The men had been out at the time of the rescue.
“You don’t think about what the other guys were thinking, but that’s what they were thinking.
It was just an instinct,” the rider said of his decision to rescue the lifeboat.”
They had to be a very strong and courageous pair.”
The men have since been given life jackets and are recovering in hospital.