Stranded at sea 35 years ago, watch the emotional moment a woman is reunited with her rescuers

Thirty-five-years later, Desiree Rodriguez meets the two captains who saved her life after she survived nearly 24-hours floating aimlessly in the Catalina Channel. Witness the jaw-dropping moment when they are reunited.

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Philip Friedman

Philip Friedman

Phil Friedman broke into the outdoor media in 1985 when he started 976-TUNA. Thousands of anglers would call 976-tuna daily to hear Phil give a dramatic and super-charged account of where the fish were biting. Friedman started his radio career in the 1980s with legendary sportscaster Bud Furilo. He then went on to do several Radio shows throughout his career interviewing hundreds of guests like Ted Nugent, Henry Winkler, and Tito Ortiz.

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