Boater Believes Pod of Dolphins Led Him to Rescue Naked Woman Floating in the Ocean Off California Coast
The woman had been in the water for 12 hours after being swept out by the current. She spent three days in the hospital recovering from extreme hypothermia. "I would have never, ever seen her if it wasn’t for the dolphins,” Koz Khosravani said.
College professor Koz Khosravani couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw a naked woman was floating in the water.
“She had just enough energy to just [wave her arm] one more time,” Khosravani told Inside Edition.
Incredibly, it was the professor’s maiden voyage on the boat he had just bought. He had also recently completed boat-safety training.
Khosravani and his friends pulled the woman aboard and covered her in a heap of towels and blankets. She was freezing, exhausted and unable to speak.
The 26-year-old woman had gone skinny dipping at midnight off Venice Beach and was swept out by the current. She was in the water for 12 hours.
Khosravani believes the dolphins actually led his boat to the woman.
“They really directed me to her. I would have never, ever seen her if it wasn’t for the dolphins,” he said.
The woman spent three days in the hospital recovering from extreme hypothermia.
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