A man has a premonition and saves two people from drowning

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Quote:Jari had a seizure, noticed something strange on the lake and soon rowed for his life - "What happened"

Jari Polvinen's quick action saved the father and son who had to rely on the water.

Quote:- I had a strange feeling that I had to go.
- Some unconscious urges to go in the direction of the beach and in a hurry.
This is how 32-year-old Jari Polvinen from Kuopio speaks .
Polvinen and his wife had just celebrated their son's 1st birthday with guests on Saturday evening.
- I asked my wife if she would go outside to admire Kotkatvesi, but she stayed inside.
The man from Savo went alone towards the beach and already heard cries for help from the front door.

An occurrence of a premonition in everyday life. It was reported in Ilta-Sanomat, the biggest digital media in Finland:

https://www-is-fi.translate.goog/kotimaa..._hist=true

Unfortunately the google translation is rather poor. The man had a premonition, not a seizure.
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Auto-translate has difficulty with all languages at times, I tried an alternative, the DeepL translator. It came up with 'snail' instead of seizure or the correct premonition.

Quote:Jari caught a snail, noticed something strange on the lake and soon rowed for his life - "How did that happen?"

Jari Polvinen's quick action saved a father and son stranded in the water.

Quote:- I had a strange feeling that I had to go.

- Some unconscious urge to go towards the shore and in a hurry.

This is how 32-year-old Jari Polvinen from Kuopio, Finland, speaks.

Polvinen and his wife had just celebrated their son's 1st birthday with guests on Saturday evening.

- I asked his wife if she wanted to go out to admire the eagle water, but she stayed inside.

The man from Savo went alone to the beach and heard cries for help from the front door.

On the shore, in the calm and clear weather, he noticed something in the water several hundred metres away.

- How could this happen, Polvinen wonders.

Cries for help, people in the water.

Polvinen says he spent a few seconds working out in his brain what was happening and what to do.

... the remaining text is mostly about the details of how the rescue went.

My opinion: it's not a big and dramatic case, but it is something out of the ordinary. I often think that these real-life cases are where we can observe PSI very frequently. Whereas lab experiments are at a disadvantage as they can't randomly put strangers' lives in danger as part of a scientific experiment.
(This post was last modified: 2023-06-01, 09:37 AM by Typoz. Edited 2 times in total.)
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