A human chain to save a family swept away by the current

News 11 July, 2017
  • QMI agency

    Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 14:18

    Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 14:27

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    Dozens of people who did not know each other have joined forces in order to save members of the same family, carried away by the current on the beach in Panama Beach, Saturday, in Florida.

    When Roberta Ursery has realized that his boys are 8 and 9 years were in distress, she, her partner, her mother, her two daughters, and his nephew rushed in to rescue the children.

    They have, however, found themselves stuck at their tower in the rip current and were swept away from the beach, CNN reported Tuesday.

    Bathers who understood what was happening they decided to hold hands, forming a human chain to avoid being swept away by the flood of return.

    The police have been called to intervene with a boat.

    Even before they arrived on the scene, the 80 swimmers had managed to save the family in distress.

    Roberta Ursery said it was extremely grateful for the help they received, and wishes to give the following.