Man Stranded in Lake George Saved by Priests on Floating Tiki Bar

Man Stranded in Lake George Saved by Priests on Floating Tiki Bar


A man whose kayak capsized in 30 feet of water in Lake George, New York, held on to his kayak for dear life until he got rescued by a group of priests on a floating tiki bar.

Jimmy MacDonald, a substance abuse counselor and former substance abuser, was rescued by the Paulist Fathers, a Catholic religious community of seminarians and priests from St. Joseph’s Seminary in Washington, DC, along with the tiki tours staff.

MacDonald was out on a rented kayak on Lake George when his kayak tipped over.

“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 told WNYT.

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MacDonald prayed hard and eventually found the salvation he sought for in the form of a floating tiki bar carrying priests and seminarians from St. Joseph’s Seminary in D.C., NBC

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