Soaring to an altitude of 6,000 meters could send the chills down the spine of some or fuel the adrenaline rush in others. But for Yin Pengxiang, it’s just another day at work, which sees the 28-year-old putting his own life in danger and braving, at times, unsafe traveling conditions to help those running out of luck… and time. Yin is a search and rescue pilot working with the Donghai (East China Sea) Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Transport, who is based in the coastal city of Xiamen in southeast China’s Fujian Province.
Since 2011, Yin has led a life of unparalleled excitement and adventure that could be the envy of many of his peers. CGTN spent a day with the young man to see how heroic rescue scenes seen by many in movies play out in real life.Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA
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