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Zofia SmardzNagorski, an ABC producer who came to the story through the front door -- his great-uncle Bohdan, a Polish businessman, had been one of the survivors -- tells it with Technicolor panache, riding the roller-coaster waves with the victims, watching the grim struggle between fate and faith. Over here, two teenage girls who survive 24 hours in a raging gale by hanging on to an overturned lifeboat. Over there, a 12-year-old boy who reaches heroically out of his boat to save another -- then gets swept away himself.
— The Washington Post