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Fans save life of cat falling from top of Hard Rock Stadium with flag [VIDEO]

A group of fans watching a college football game have been seen in wild jubilations after they used a flag to break the fall of a cat from the top deck of the Hard Rock Stadium.

The heart-stopping incident enthused the crowd in the stadium and they couldn’t stop chanting when the cat was helped to slow its fall and save its life.

The cat was wandering and dangling during the American college football game between Miami FL and Appalachian State.  

It then fell into the crowd where it was collected with an American flag to huge fanfare in the stadium on Saturday.

As the stadium held its breathe during the incident the fans then took the cat and presented it to the crowd in style.

After the rescue, the heroes were identified as Craig and Kimberly Cromer, who are husband and wife and it was their American flag used in the grab.

Craig said while the cat was dangling, it urinated on fans below it. 

It’s unclear how the cat got there in the first place, but the viral video clearly stole the show and attention of both fans and broadcasters—who did a play-by-play of the entire ordeal.

Here are some more angles of the memorable ordeal:

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