Terrifying Moments After Giant Wave Strikes Ferry: Caught on Tape

Panicked passengers rushed to put life vests on as water poured into the ferry off Provincetown, Mass.
1:19 | 08/14/14

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Back at home a scare at sea for people riding a ferry from cape cod to Boston. A massive wave sent water crashing into the windows and through the ceiling. ABC's Paula Faris shows us the damage. The boat is sinking. Reporter: Terrifying moments caught on tape. 42 passengers rocked by a giant wave that slammed into this ferry. It was insane at some point I thought I was going to die. Reporter: Shattering these windows 0 feet above sea level. This morning we spoke to Ariel Shrum who was on that fateful excursion. First thing that went through my mind was actually the "Titanic." Watch as frightened passengers rushed to put on life vests as water pours in. Everyone is freeing out as the water starts to pour in. Many knocked around from the rough surf feeling the effects shortly after. People around me became seasick and I started playing my trumpet. ? Reporter: As Arielle plays his trumpet to help calm passengers, the boat regains power and slowly makes its way to Boston with a coast guard escort. The captain suffered cuts to his hand. Luckily, no one else was seriously injured. It looks like that scene in "The perfect storm." For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, New York. So glad everyone is going to

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