Survivors of a sinking ship talk to British Pathe.
GV. Rescue ship 'Southland' ties alongside dock. The ship was among those that saved people from the damaged ship 'Flying Enterprise'.
SV. Survivors looking at life belt.
SV. Captain W. P. Lawton on deck with survivor. CU. Captain Lawton.
STV. Survivors in cabin. SV. Sailor Robert Lumpkins with young boy, Lothar Muller, who he saved from the sea.
SV. Reporter interviewing survivor. LV.SV. Leonore von Klenaud. NATURAL SOUND: Leonore von Klenaud speaking: 'We went on deck and there was the 'Southland' and a few other boats, but they couldn't get close to our ship because the sea was very high and very rough, so we had to jump. Each passenger jumped with one member of the crew. We were very afraid because that we should come too close to our ship, because the waves were sucking us underneath the boat. But we could all get clear and were picked up by the lifeboats. Some stayed in the water for half-an-hour.'
CU. Pan, two survivors pan down to paper.
CU. Paper, with picture of 'Flying Enterprise'.
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