The casino boat was headed towards worldwide waters after it embarked from port in Pasco County, just north of Tampa. He says he quickly turned the vessel around and grounded it close to the shore.
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Jandali and other neighbors were some of the first to assist panicked passengers as they made their way onto shore.
All of the 50 people aboard the shuttle that serves Port Richey-based SunCruz Ltd. have been accounted for, said Port Richey Chief of Police Gerard DeCanio. "It was a hard jump".
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"They didn't have much time to decide whether or not to jump", said Bakr Jandali, 19.
Port Richey residents watched people jump around 12 feet down into waist-deep water and wade to shore. "It's a insane world, dangerous, and things happen", said Erik Soujanen, Captain of the Gill Dawg rental boat that travels the same route as the casino shuttle boat daily.
"Once I realized they were soaking wet, every one of them, I ran upstairs and I started bringing down towels, blankets, clothes, socks - whatever I could grab out of my closet". "They were so cold".
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Rescuers and witnesses said people leaped into the chilly water and reached shore in Port Richey.