Feed Frenzy: Survival

Man survived three days in an air pocket of a sunken ship off the Nigerian coast.
3:00 | 12/04/13

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And we're staying alive on feed frenzy. Today, incredible footage of the dramatic rescue seen for the first time. When a chevron boat with 12 people capsized off the coast of nigeria in may, search and rescue divers didn't expect much good news. But then a sign of life. A hundred feet under water, the ship's chef has been tripped in an air bubble underneath the boat for almost three days. Who are you? I'm the cook. You're the cook? And in belgium, a massive pileup of a hundred cars and trucks, one person died and 76 injured, though miraculously, given the scene, most survived the harrowing experience. The fog contributed to the wreck, but rescue workers are worked to free the people and took the injured to the hospital. But it's not just human survival stories tonight. A squirrel is facing challenges for the winter. Surviving the holiday season for anybody is tough enough, but he's on the clock. Every few seconds, tippy topples over. Those short bursts of eating and napping, sound familiar for many of us during the holidays.

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