Lesbian Couple Saved 40 People From Norway Island Massacre

Lesbian Couple Saved 40 People From Norway Island Massacre

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Hege Dalen and her partner Toril Hansen were eating supper in the camping area opposite Utoya island when they started hearing gunshots and screaming….

Dalen and Hansen drove their boat to the island, and fished out of the water people who were in shock and young people who were injured and transported them ashore. Every now and then bullets almost hit the boat.

Since they couldn’t fit everyone into the boat all at once, they returned to the island four times. They might have saved as much as forty people from the clutches of the killer.

Absolute heroes. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

(Translation via The People’s Forum)

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