One British fighter drowned a jihadist in a puddle, while another killed three extremists by beating them to death with the butt of his rifle. 
Almost every member of the elite unit returned to operations two days after their miracle escape, a source told the Daily Star.
The team were reportedly ambushed by the ISIS fighters as they completed an intelligence gathering operation close to Mosul, northern Iraq. 
After a four hour gun battle with the terror cell, in which roughly 20 ISIS fighters were said to have been killed, the SAS team were trapped by a river bed with then 10 bullets left between them. 
Rather than be kidnapped and beheaded, the group resolved to go down fighting, convinced they were all about to die. 
They shook hands, said goodbye to each other, and charged at the jihadiis. 
The source said: “Rather than die on their knees, they went for a soldier’s death and charged …