Four year old girl on unicorn saved at sea

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Four year old girl on unicorn saved at sea

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All on video the ferry picked her up. Swept out to sea on a unicorn. Next time the parents might pay more attention.

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/ne ... 89541.html
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She must have been absolutely terrified. I had tears in my eyes when she was picked up, poor little mite. I hope she can recover from the trauma. Parents can do such stupid things, don’t always think, but they must have been terrified too, so nearly lost her forever - I so wish they had noticed her predicament sooner.

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A moment of inattention. Poor wee soul, hopefully she's young enough to forget the terror and remember the adventure.

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Gardengirl wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 9:49 am
She must have been absolutely terrified. I had tears in my eyes when she was picked up, poor little mite. I hope she can recover from the trauma. Parents can do such stupid things, don’t always think, but they must have been terrified too, so nearly lost her forever - I so wish they had noticed her predicament sooner.
If it had a bad ending I would not have posted it :lol:
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We were always told to attach those blow up thingamys with a long cord, to Mum or Dad’s ankle, so to speak.

Many, many moons ago I lived on the South Coast in UK. The inshore rescue boat used to go out daily to pick up folks on those things. In fact I reported a few myself.

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