Military Rescue Team Describes Saving Family at Sea With a Sick Baby

National Guard medics describe their heartfelt mission using parachutes; parents express gratitude.
1:16 | 04/10/14

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ABC news's South Africa. We have the latest on the sick baby rescued at sea after her parents took her on a sail around the world. We're hearing from the military rescue teams who had to make baby food in record time. Here's ABC. Reporter: Whatever your view on the fire storm. Tonight we're getting a window into just how good a good samaritan can be. Everybody is alive. Everybody is healthy. It's a huge safe. Reporter: The rescuers. We saw them parachute in to reach that dangerously sick 1-year-old. Once they brought the family aboard their Navy war ship. They got creative and assembled a make-shift crib and ground carrots into baby food healing the sick child. It was a blessing for us to be able to rescue the children. My whole crew, it tests their hearts. Reporter: The family asking for privacy and thanking their military heroes. We will remember them forever. ABC news, San Diego. News just in tonight.

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