Marooned couple write 'Help' in the sand

The pair became stranded after their boat "smashed into rocks in a freak storm."
0:39 | 02/22/18

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And we have new details on an overnight version of Gilligan's Island. Two boaters found themselves stranded on a place called avoid island off the northeast coast of Australia their boat. Was smashed up during a freak storm after spending eight hours were ruined rescuers spotted them on a beach. Thanks to their own smarts they're they spoke up and giant word help in the sand. Couple also activated an emergency beacon so crews knew that someone was on the island but I suppose. When you then on avoid islands from the not a good sign that's probably. Certificate. But they listen I had to customers but other as they were okay there fine but give them and quite a story to tell.

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