In Australia, the drone saved two drowning teenagers

Rescuers test a new technology of unmanned aerial vehicles in Australia, the Lifeguards rescued two people from drowning off the coast of New South Wales, writes The Verge.

YouTube has published a recording made with a drone, which dropped to two teenagers, a special capsule. It was filled with air and helped the drowning to stay afloat and reach the shore. The rescue operation took only a minute or two.

Without using the drone rescue workers on average had six minutes to get to distress. Local authorities said that rescue people using a drone was the first time in the world.