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At the surface, she saw Matt, Alice and her mother a few metres away, all treading water. They all looked very, very distant, just staring, not saying anything. She was pulled under again, and emerged to find her family had disappeared. I turned her over and knew she was dead, but I wanted to see if I could bring her back to life, so I breathed into her mouth.
I had hold of her, and my back to the sea, but I sensed something else. Then I looked down at myself and I was speechless.
Surviving the tsunami: ‘Suddenly the horizon didn’t look right’
It was the strangest experience, because I thought that when people looked like I looked, they screamed, but I was just completely numb. At that stage, she had no idea of the scale of what had just happened — she assumed the tsunami had just been a freak, local wave and that a search party would be along soon.
But she also realised that she was very isolated. There was no way to dry land except via the sea, and since she was now terrified of the water, she started climbing up the rocky headland.
I needed to turn back and preserve my energy.
There was no option but to follow it, to do what she was dreading: She emerged on to a small, rocky beach. After so long without water she knew she was running solely on adrenaline, but she crawled, walked and paddled as far as she could, finally turning a corner and seeing two men next to some boats. I felt ready for that, and I had seen my mum in the water, so I knew that was quite possible. But then, not long afterwards, he came on to the beach, and it was him.
Matt had head injuries and cuts, but was able to walk; the pair were taken to Krabi hospital and Fassnidge began grappling with the disappearance of her mother and sister. In those first exhausted hours, while her wounds were being assessed one was infected and needed an operationshe struggled to engage emotionally with what had happened.
NBA Lockout: Who are the Winners and Losers in Media and Marketing?
I was physically and emotionally incapable of those kinds of feelings. Published on October 31, Darryl Estrine Coming off one of the most dazzling NBA seasons in recent memory, fans, teams, players and sports marketers had circled Nov. But on Friday Commissioner David Stern announced that the first month of the season would be wiped out, as the players continue to be locked out, and dismissed the notion of an game season in the midst negotiations for a new collective-bargaining agreement with the league and its team owners.
Below, we take a look at those who have the most to lose and, in two cases, win from a prolonged NBA lockout or worse -- a complete cancellation of the season. Sorry, high-school-sports lovers -- the ratings just don't match up.
And if cable operators ask for refunds on the fees they pay to these networks, "they could be hit financially in both revenue streams.
The uncertain environment is leading buyers to proceed with caution for buys later in the season -- and secure the ability for cash back, said Jeremy Carey, a U.Horizon Air Meet 2011
Turner was able to provide some advertisers with TV spots during Major League Baseball's playoffs, but with its baseball coverage over, the network will have to look to other programming to hit target demographics. Its biggest worry is if the lockout extends through the end ofknocking out a much-anticipated Christmas Day tentpole: But that doesn't make strategy adjustments any easier to swallow.
Arenas and Those Who Hold Naming Rights Arenas are caught in a costly wait-and-see game that limits their ability to secure fill-in events should more of the season be canceled. At the same time, brands that own the naming rights to arenas are losing significant media exposure.