28 Mar '16, 2pm

British woman, 65, rescued after attempting to SWIM to her cruise liner

A British holidaymaker has been rescued from the Atlantic after apparently trying to swim to her cruise liner when it left port without her. Susan Brown, 65, was pulled from the ice-cold waters with severe hypothermia after four hours swimming 1,600ft out to sea in the hope of making it to her ship, the Marco Polo (pictured)

Full article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3512166/British-p...

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