‘Aquaman’ appeared in Gyeongju hit by typhoon ‘Himnamdo’… 8 vehicles rescued

Photo = Citizen Guk-min (28) rescues a vehicle that was flooded on the road in the direction of Gyeongju after passing the Gyeongbu Interchange tollgate on the Gyeongbu Expressway, where water bombs were spilled due to typhoon Hinnamno on the morning of the 26th. News 1

There is a citizen who suddenly appeared in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province, where the 11th typhoon ‘Hinnamno’ detonated a water bomb and rescued 8 flooded vehicles.

This is Ms. Gum Gum (28) driving a 25-ton trailer.

He took a break from work the day before due to the impact of Typhoon Hinnamno.

Goo, who lives in Dongbang-dong, Gyeongju, said he looked around the neighborhood at around 6 am on the 6th to see if there were any residents suffering from heavy rain.

His hobby, which started three or four years ago, is off-road driving on dirt roads, such as mountains and valleys covered with dirt, sand, and gravel.

About an hour after patrolling downtown Gyeongju on an old galloper tuned with large wheels and various equipment, I found the first submerged vehicle on the Najeonggyo 3-way covered road next to the Hyeongsan River.

At around 7 am, seeing the Avante car floating in the rising water, he approached the owner of the car, Mr. A, who was rolling his feet without even getting out of the car.

Goo evacuated the flooded car to a safe place using a ‘winch’ that pulled or lifted heavy objects with ropes or chains.

The 11th typhoon ‘Hinnamno’ suddenly appeared in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang, where a water bomb was detonated, and ‘Aquaman’ appeared to rescue 8 flooded vehicles.

According to News 1 on the 6th, the identity of Gyeongju Aquaman is Ms. Gum Gum (28) driving a 25-ton trailer. He took a break from work the day before due to the impact of Typhoon Hinnamno.

Goo, who lives in Dongbang-dong, Gyeongju, said he looked around the neighborhood at around 6 am on the 6th to see if there were any residents suffering from heavy rain.

His hobby, which started three or four years ago, is off-road driving on dirt roads, such as mountains and valleys covered with dirt, sand, and gravel.

About an hour after patrolling downtown Gyeongju on an old galloper tuned with large wheels and various equipment, I found the first submerged vehicle on the Najeonggyo 3-way covered road next to the Hyeongsan River.

At around 7 am, seeing the Avante car floating in the rising water, he approached the owner of the car, Mr. A, who was rolling his feet without even getting out of the car.

Goo evacuated the flooded car to a safe place using a ‘winch’ that pulled or lifted heavy objects with ropes or chains.

After hearing the news that the road near the Gyeongbu Interchange on the Gyeongbu Expressway was flooded, Goo rushed to the rescue and rescued eight vehicles, including a small car, a mid-size car, an imported foreign car, and an RV.

Regarding good deeds, Goo said, “I am a person who makes driving as a profession, and I understand the mind of a driver better than anyone.

He continued, “It seems that helping each other in an off-road club has become a habit.”

Reporter Yoon-jong Han [email protected]

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