WATCH: Beachgoers Form Human Chain to Save Stranded Swimmer in Panama City Beach Amid Rough Gulf Tide

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ABOVE VIDEO: More than a dozen people on a Florida beach joined together to form a human chain and brave the rough Gulf tide to rescue a stranded swimmer. (WGNTV Video)

PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – More than a dozen people on a Florida beach joined together to form a human chain and brave the rough Gulf tide to rescue a stranded swimmer.

Briana Stelmachers and her family were lounging outside the Emerald Isle Resort in Panama City Beach on Wednesday when they heard a woman screaming for help.

A little girl had gotten pulled out in the tide, and a woman had successfully swum out to save her, but a second woman involved in the rescue effort had herself gotten stuck.

That’s when Ryan, Briana’s husband, took a raft and tried to rescue the woman, but the surf was too rough and he struggled to reach her.

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