As she walked along the beach and looked out into the ocean, she heard her family screaming and crying.
"On my way out there were some people coming out telling me not to go out after them". Significant rip currents are more likely to occur with a strong onshore wind.
Ms Ursrey was now stuck in the rip along with her 27-year-old nephew, her 67-year-old mother and her husband. The riptide victims had already been struggling to keep their heads above water for twenty minutes, and they were exhausted.
While the incident wasn't fatal, Ursrey's mother suffered a heart attack and her nephew broke his hand in the process.
Roberta Ursrey was at Panama City Beach in Florida with her family on Saturday when she realized she couldn't see her sons from the shore. 'It was like, "Oh God, this is how I'm going"'.
But she swam out - and so did other members of her family. Then, they went back for Roberta, who was just starting to black out by the time she was rescued. "Without them, we wouldn't be here".
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The Alabama-native - who "practically lived in a pool" growing up - grabbed a boogie board and recruited 80 beach goers to form a human chain in order to bring the Florida family to safety. Among those swept up in the riptide was Roberta Ursrey, who became trapped when trying to rescue her 11- and 8-year-old sons, as well as Tabatha Monroe and her wife, Brittany, who had also tried to rescue the boys.
"These people are not drowning today", Simmons told herself, at the time, according to CBS News. The swimmers, who reportedly included two young boys and a group of adults who swam out to rescue them, were caught in the water around 6:30 p.m., after the beach's lifeguards had left for the day, according to Simmons.
Mrs Ursrey's mother suffered a major heart attack during the ordeal and was sent to hospital, reported ABC News.
"I am so grateful", she said.
"I understand that officers may not be trained to handle a rip tide and their clothes may weigh them down, but AT LEAST be part of the human chain". "My theory was, let's get enough people, we'll get out there and pull them in and everybody can finish having a good rest of the evening". The official added that there were yellow flags in the area but that swimmers don't always know what they mean. Sometimes the internet can surprise you! You can sometimes see water, or seaweed, moving away from the beach. She thought someone was getting a ticket at first, but everyone's attention was focused on the water.