Trainee lawyers, 25, praised the ‘gentlemen’ Chris Ubank and David Hey for coming to his rescue when he was hit by a Mercedes while two boxing champions were passing by.
- 25-year-old Armandine Pohekaula crashes into car in London’s Albert Embankment
- Coincidentally happened with both Ubank (55) and Hee (39)
- Mrs. Pohekaula said they were absolute gentlemen and did not hesitate to help
- Ubank refuted any suggestion of heroism, saying he was performing civic duties
An apprentice lawyer praised the ‘gentleman’ Chris Ubank and David Hack for coming to his rescue when he fell into the hands of a Mercedes.
Armandine Pohekaula, 25, was hit by a car near the Albert Dam on his way back to south London on Tuesday and two champion boxers rushed to his aid.
It was a pure coincidence that Ubank (4) and Hee (39) were not together and that the two Titans were together to wait with the two women until the ambulance arrived.
Speaking from home, Mrs. Pohekaula told The Sun: ‘When I fell on the street, someone came out to help, I don’t know who he is. He kept asking “Are you okay, are you okay?”
On his way back to south London on Tuesday, Armandine Pohekaula (left) was hit by a car near Albert Dam and two champion boxers rushed to his aid (Ubank on the right)
The boxers waited until the women reached the ambulance crew
‘About ten minutes later someone leaned towards me and said he was famous. Apparently I now understand that the person was Chris Ubank.
‘I was in excruciating pain but he was telling me that help was coming. He held my hand and stayed with me for about twenty minutes.
‘Then David came and asked if everything was fine and if I was fine. Everything is blurred. “
Mrs. Pohekaula said she suffered several injuries to her arms and legs but was otherwise well.
He added: ‘I want to thank both of them for being gentlemen. Lots of people have passed but they did not hesitate to help. ‘
Ubank offered any advice as his protagonist – insisting that he relinquish his civic responsibilities to his friend Hei.
As a team: David Haye and Chris Ubank were at the scene to help the injured woman.
Ubank told The Sun that he heard some noise and he was the first to arrive and comforted Mrs. Pohekaula on the ground.
Hei then appeared and asked: ‘Can I help you too?’
Hei said he saw the noise and was going to a meeting in Soho from his hotel south of the river.
The former heavyweight champion added that in any case Ubank had control, ‘he is the sheriff above all else,’ Hei said.
Ubank is actually a city marshal in Opoulos, Louisiana and has the right to arrest people.
It is not yet clear whether police are investigating the incident.