Undiluted Gratitude Nigerian woman, 3 kids visit army officials who helped save their lives

The Enyioke family had reportedly visited the 1st Sgt. Melanie Scott and Master Sgt. Michael Henry, senior noncommissioned officers who had been assigned to the Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 35th Air Defence.

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Mrs Precious Enyioko with 1st Sgt. Melanie Scott and Master Sgt. Michael Henry play

Mrs Precious Enyioko with 1st Sgt. Melanie Scott and Master Sgt. Michael Henry

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The family of four who had survived after jumping down from a burning four storey building has now reportedly paid a visit to the men of the United States Air Force, who had been instrumental in saving their lives.

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The Enyioke family had reportedly visited the 1st Sgt. Melanie Scott and Master Sgt. Michael Henry, senior noncommissioned officers who had been assigned to the Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 35th Air Defence.

Scott and Henry had been among a group of service members who had according to reports, caught Mrs Precious Enyioko and her three children as they had jumped from the fourth floor of a burning building in Songtan, South Korea on April 29, 2016.

CNN had reported that, the 30-year-old Enyioko, had drawn the attention of onlookers and men of the United States Air Force who had rushed to the scene, by dangling her one-year-old baby through the window.

The airmen corralled others to help hold blankets, and then tried to persuade the mother to drop her children to safety.

As the Airmen and the others persuaded her to drop the baby, Enyioko was said to have reluctantly let go of the child.

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The reports had it that after Enyioko succeeded in throwing her infant baby, she threw the two other children, aged four and three respectively, and then jumped to safety.

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