At least 129 people lost their lives during the Paris terror attacks and many others are being treated for grave injuries. The carnage on the fateful Friday has been condemned strongly by world leaders. President Barrack Obama called the attack “an outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.” In the meantime, many stories have emerged showcasing human resilience and some stories also show how sheer luck played a role in saving lives. In one such story, the “Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge” handset is the life saver.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge apparently saved a man’s life during the terror attacks that scarred the citizens of Paris. The story in focus took place at the Stade de France stadium, where the soccer match was going on between France and Germany. The pavilion had 80,000 fans enjoying the crucial match. French President Francois Hollande was also present in the stadium.
According to the site VG TV cited by Phone Arena, a barrage of explosions went off nearby the stadium during the match. As it turns out, a suicide bomber along with a gunman set off a bomb and began firing randomly. A man named “Sylvester” was hanging outside the sports arena on that fateful day. A “fragment” of the exploded bomb reportedly hit him. Thanks to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge handset that took the major brunt and left him with only minor injuries and in the process, saved his life. Even though, the smartphone was gravely damaged, Sylvester narrowly escaped the attack.
Here is the video of Sylvester showing the life saver Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.