Hero Prince Harry helps injured jockey at Brazil polo match
Prince Harry has been credited with possibly saving the life of a fellow polo player during a match in Brazil.
Bash Kazi blacked out when he fell to the ground after his horse collided with 2 others at the charity game.
'Prince Harry was the first off his horse, doing the right thing to make sure I regained consciousness,' says Bash, 41.
The Washington DC-based businessman, who labels Harry, 27, a 'fabulous person', was later taken to hospital.
The incident happened during Apache helicopter pilot and Army captain Harry's recent trip to South America as part of his solo tour for the Queen's Jubilee.
'Given the prince is a veteran of Afghanistan and an active duty officer in the British Army, he's presumably had good training in basic trauma care,' British Red Cross head of first aid, Joe Mulligan, tells the Daily Star.
'Simply laying someone on their side so they can breathe properly could save that person's life.'