Anders Behring Breivik (pictured) has been detained by police
after the incident which killed tens of people, last Friday.
According to local news website HS.FI, Hege Dalen and her partner
Toril Hansen were "eating supper in the camping area opposite Utoya
island when they started hearing gunshots and screaming."
The site report that they drove their boat to the island on four
separate occasions - dodging bullets each time - to rescue people
from the water and taking them to shore.
Estimates suggest they saved as many as forty people from
Police have since charged Breivik under Norway's terror law. He
will be arraigned when
a court decides whether police can continue to hold him as the
The Utoya island masacre followed a bomb attack in Oslo, which
Yesterday Breivik's estranged father Jens travelled to Norway,
where he was met by police.
"I view this atrocity with absolute horror," said Breivik, a
retired diplomat who worked at the Norwegian embassy in London and