A man referring to himself as Ki shares his side of being rescued on July 4 in Dungeness Bay. Submitted photo

A man referring to himself as Ki shares his side of being rescued on July 4 in Dungeness Bay. Submitted photo

Follow-up: Man who nearly drowned on the Fourth of July shares his rescue story

“I’ve run the Relay for Life. This was a relay for my life.”

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