These are the Brentford heroes who risked their lives diving into the Thames to save a 'suicidal' woman.
Robert Lester was fishing with his father and friend in Isleworth last Monday when a woman drove her blue Vauxhall Corsa straight into the Thames in what appeared to be an attempt to kill herself.
"We were fishing away when we saw this woman drifting down the river sitting in her car," said the 21-year-old, of Brent Lea, Brentford.
"We just dived in straightaway. We kept telling her to get out but she just kept saying she wanted to kill herself.
"She was in a kind of trance, she seemed quite calm, just sitting there in the sinking car.
"It was only when the water really started pouring in that she was, like, 'get me out of here'. It started sinking really quickly and it made her panic."
Ambulance and police crews arrived on the scene, near the London Apprentice pub, shortly after the men jumped in at around 7pm.
The woman, who is believed to be unharmed, was taken to West Middlesex Hospital.
Chiswick lifeboat crews also made their way to the incident to check that there was no baby in the back seat of the car after it had sunk.
Robert, his father Robert, 49, and his friend Brendon Thurlow, 19, were also taken to hospital to get checked over.
Incredibly this is the second time that unemployed mechanic Robert has saved someone's life in an act of heroism.
Only last year he ran into a burning house on the Green Dragon Estate to rescue a trapped family.
He said: "I was on my way to work early in the morning and I saw this house on fire with a family hanging out the window trying to escape. There were about seven of them in there, including a week old baby.
"All the windows had already popped and I had to get them out quick before there was a big explosion."
Susannah Smith, 62, contacted the Chronicle to let us know what amazing young men Robert and Brendon are.
She said: "They normally come here to do my garden around the time of the incident and I was going to tell them off for being two hours late, before they told me what happened.