FLORIDA WOMAN AND SON DRIFT MILES AWAY FROM SHORE ON INFLATABLE SWAN: 'THIS COULD HAVE ENDED SO MUCH WORSE'

A Florida mother recently recalled a terrifying experience of floating several miles offshore while on a huge inflatable swan with her 7-year-old son.

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