Man Who Thought He’d Die Stranded In A Lake Reportedly Saved By Floating Tiki Bar Of Priests

A man at a New York lake thought he was going to die stranded in the water, until a floating Tiki bar of priests happened to come by, saving his life, numerous sources reported.

Jimmy MacDonald was at Lake George in Albany paddling his kayak, and drifted away from his wife and step kids while taking pictures. But choppy water made it difficult for him to get back to shore, and then he tipped over and lost his kayak paddle, WNYT reported.

He was stranded in 30 feet of water, with his life jacket coming up over his head as he desperately held on to the kayak and his new $1,400 smartphone. He watched as kayakers and canoeists passed by in the distance, but he was too proud to scream for help. He tried to regain control of the kayak, but soon enough, began to lose hope that he’d survive.

“That’s when I said, ‘Alright, I think I might die today. I think this might be it.’ I prayed to my lord and savior Jesus Christ for help,” MacDonald said according to WNYT.

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