Videos do not get much more amazing and jaw dropping as this one of a man saved after spending three days at the bottom of the Atlantic after his ship capsized during a storm.
The survivor was the cook of a 12 man crew working on a Chevron oil boat that capsized in heavy seas off of the coast of Nigeria, who managed to find an air bubble inside the ship when it sank and spent 60 hours without food or water in complete darkness.
Rescue divers had no expectation of finding anyone alive, but when they moved in close to where the cook was was sitting he reached into the water with his hand and grabbed the hand of one of the rescuers.
Watch the amazing video here:
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