Good Samaritans Form Human Chain On Brevard Beach To Rescue Girl Taken By Rip Currents

By  //  April 25, 2019

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lifeguards rescued 48 people from rip currents on Wednesday

ABOVE VIDEO: A girl is lucky to be alive after good Brevard County Samaritans put their lives at risk to save hers. (Fox 35 video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 35) – A girl is lucky to be alive after Brevard County good Samaritans put their lives at risk to save hers.

Michael Berry says that he saw two girls struggling in the surf at a Brevard County beach. One of them was yelling that her friend could not swim.

So, without missing a beat, he immediately swam out to help.

Berry told the girl “you got to hold on to me and trust me” when he reached her. However, as the two of them got closer to shore, a rip current started pulling them back out.

He fought against it though, inching his way to the shore successfully.

Berry was not alone in his rescue efforts, as others on the beach saw what was going on and formed a human chain to get the girl back on dry land.

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