Transcript for Parents detail daughter's last moments as 21-year-old woman was killed by sharks
speaking out after their daughter, a college student, was killed by sharks in the Bahamas during a snorkeling trip. And now, they have a warning for others. Here's ABC's Amy robach. Reporter: Tonight, Michael Lindsey is trying to come to terms with the loss of his 21-year-old daughter Jordan. I remember kissing her on the forehead, and that's the last time I seen her. Reporter: The college student killed in a shark attack while vacationing with her family and girlfriend in the Bahamas this past June. On the third day of vacation, the group decides to take a last-minute excursion through the sandy toes tour company to Jordan and her mom Kami decide to snorkel when the unthinkable happens. Jordan, like, was screaming, and Kami realized that the shark took most of her right arm off. She was trying to swim with one arm. Reporter: Kami tries pulling Jordan to safety when a second shark attacks. Jordan said, "Mom, there's another sharkcoming" and the second shark took a giant chunk out of her and that's the last thing Jordan said. Reporter: Since Jordan's passing, sandy toes has reportedly added safety measures, including adding shark spotters to their tours. The company previously extending condolences and prayers for Jordan and her family, adding "All reasonable steps were taken to prevent this very unfortunate incident and our staff responded swiftly and in line with our emergency protocols and procedures." The family hopes to prevent this kind of tragedy from happening to anyone else. There was no turn Kitt, no nothing. No first aid kid. No first aid kit. Reporter: What would you like to see every tour company put in place? Every should know, like, what to do in case there is some kind of big tragedy like that and have the supplies to stop bleeding. Amy robach with that terrifying story. We thank Amy for that.
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