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Dale Ostrander update: 'Good Morning America' at Good Samaritan
Dale Ostrander's rehabilitation at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Wash., was the topic of a "Good Morning America" segment broadcast Tuesday. Watch the video below, or read the full story at ABC News.
By Neal Karlinsky and Wendy Brundige
ABC News Good Morning America
A few hours later, her son was fighting for his life after being dragged under by a riptide off the shores of Washington. He spent an estimated 20 minutes under water in the chilly Pacific Ocean, and when rescuers pulled him out, he had no pulse and wasn't breathing. But, remarkably, Dale survived.
In an interview with ABC News at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Wash., Dale's parents, Chad and Kirsten Ostrander, say their son's survival is nothing short of a miracle.
The family has started a blog for Dale at prayersfordale.blogspot.com.
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Posted on Sep 6, 2011 in Video & Photos