A story of survival and loss from The Huffington Post:
CONROE, Texas — Treading water hours after his fishing boat started to sink in the Gulf of Mexico, Ken Henderson made a decision that saved his life but lost him a best friend.
He cut the string connecting their life jackets and swam for help.
“He couldn’t kick his legs to swim anymore, and I knew I had a choice,” Henderson told the Conroe Courier of his friend, Ed Coen. “I told him, ‘I need your help,’ or we would both be stranded out here and die.”
Do you blame him for cutting the line?
Would you have done something different?
AP Photo/Ashley Coen