Swimmers and sunbathers came together to save a family from drowning at Panama City Beach, Florida. Roberta Ursrey noticed her sons were too far out and they were yelling for help, so she and her family swam out to the, but they got trapped in a rip current.
There were nine of them trapped, but when beachgoers saw them all struggling, they formed a human chain to rescue them - it was 80 people long! The rescuers pulled them in, starting with the kids first.
“I am so grateful,” Ursrey says. “These people were God’s angels that were in the right place at the right time. I owe my life and my family’s life to them. Without them, we wouldn’t be here.”
Source: USA Today