15-year-old Mark Henry Reeves Films an Amazing Rescue at Sea

Four adults, and four kids were floating helpless 12 miles from shore in shark-infested waters.
1:41 | 08/05/14

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Stranded swimmers many of them kids who recorded their own rescue exceed their boat sinking. And ABC's nick watt and what they -- that -- them was the only way this helicopter came to get them. -- -- -- -- Mostly helpless twelve miles from shore a fierce sun overhead shot the shark infested waters alone old film by -- Fifteen year old mark leads on his go -- camera. 21 -- by -- Sank water is just -- to a hospital built -- upon the water out they -- -- -- they had with them onboard mashed in together and -- They say yes it tricks. Simple GPS tracking device they brought with them. Ordinary venture it takes the search out of search and rescue if it goes off it takes us right to their position. Fast it just happened -- those high seas off life. Chosen such an insightful. When we're waiting for about two hours. And we -- -- -- -- saved by a tractor this hand held version costs 280 dollars they're not. Amanda -- that highly recommended Fred history with the Coast Guard and could mean the difference. Between life. And -- this basically turned who could have been a bad news story in -- very good afraid what really -- the Coast Guard -- -- -- quickly. Was that they had -- on board -- reunited with the wives kids with their parents. -- every -- -- what ABC news.

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