Gulf of Mexico: at least 80 people form human chain to rescue a stranded group

  • On July 11 around 80 people formed a human chain at Gulf of Mexico in order to save a group of swimmers who had got caught in a strong riptide and were in danger of being drowned. The group included a family made up of six members and included a grandmother who suffered a heart attack. They were among the nine people that were rescued by the human chain that covered a distance of 100 yards. The incident took place during the evening at Panama City beach in Florida.

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