Couple Rescued After 14 Hours in Ocean

After falling overboard near the Florida Keys, Sean McGovern and Melissa Morris were rescued by two deep-sea fishermen.
2:05 | 06/22/14

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An incredible rescue. This one at sea. A couple fell off their boat near key largo, Florida. They were spotted 14 hours later, many miles away. Trying to swim ashore. A trio of heroes. Marci Gonzalez is on the story. Good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning to you. When they fell overboard, they were not wearing their life vests. They spent a night looking out for sharks and keeping their heads above the waves. The guys that found them turned out to be experts at handling emergencies. Stranded at sea. No boat, no life jackets. No way to call for help. They were some lucky coupled. Reporter: This couple somehow went overboard. Their 30-foot island hopper still in gear, driving away there them. All they could do was tread water and wait. My first thought was, how in the world did you get out here. Reporter: The current carrying them nearly 75 miles north. After 14 ours the atlantic ocean, finally a few guys out deep sea fishing spotted the couple. It's hard enough to find fish. But two people floating on the water, it's pretty strange. Reporter: They thought they had seen it all. The two Broward county sheriff's detectives and paramedic enjoying the day off, suddenly going into life saving mode. The closer we got, Te realized this is a true emergency. Kicked into gear. Performed a rescue. Reporter: The couple suffering from jelly fish stings and minor hypothermia, otherwise okay. Now back at home with an incredible story of survival and luck. It was purely chance. Just one of them miracle stories. Thank god we found them. Reporter: The couple was running out of time. Much longer, they may have ended up in the gulf stream that could have carried them farther from land and the chance of being found. A lucky couple this morning. Reporter: Happy to be back on dry land. Now it's to "Gma's"

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