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Rip currents swept away a Florida family. Then beachgoers formed a human chain. – Washington Post

By / July 19, 2017

Washington Post

Rip currents swept away a Florida family. Then beachgoers formed a human chain.
Washington Post
Tabatha Monroe and her wife, Brittany, in Panama City for a birthday getaway, were the first two to hear the boys' panicked cries for help. … Monroe was later released after being treated for a panic attack and Franz remains hospitalized, her
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