PANAMA CITY, Fla. – When a family got too far off shore, some Florida beachgoers got results.
According to the Panama City News Herald, Roberta Ursrey noticed her sons were too far out in the water at Panama City Beach on Saturday.
Ursrey began screaming for help, and family members then swam out to get them, but got caught in a strong current. That left nine people in about 15 feet of water.
The newspaper reports that 80 people began a human chain that reached about 100 yards into the water. The Ursrey family was rescued, however, one family member suffered a heart attack. She was taken to the hospital and is recovering. 
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