80 Beachgoers Form A Human Chain To Rescue A Family Caught In A Rip Current

80 Beachgoers Form A Human Chain To Rescue A Family Caught In A Rip Current

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Ursrey, her husband, mother, nephews and children were enjoying a day at the beach when she said she heard her two sons screaming for help.Ursrey rushed into the water to try and save them. One by one, family members followed after her and they too were overtaken by the water. Jessica Simmons, who credited herself as a strong swimmer, went in after the family and instructed others to connect with her in a chain. Approximately 80 people ventured into the water to successfully bring each struggling swimmer to safety.

“It was the most remarkable thing to see,” Simmons told the Herald. “These people who don’t even know each other and they trust each other that much to get them to safety.”
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The Economics of Happiness

The Economics of Happiness

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Video ThumbnailA burst of visual poetry created for a site-specific outdoor projection project in Beacon, NY. Happiness was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick and was featured on Motionographer. Designed, Directed and Animated by Bran Dougherty-Johnson Audio by Antfood More on Electric Projected here: http://electricprojected.com

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