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Both men are expected to make a full recovery Butterfield (pictured with hood on left) and photojournalist Ruaridh Connellan (right) was one of the seven men onboard a boat when it was electrocuted by submerged power lines in Houston on Monday.
They were filmed on a Facebook Live video shortly before the accident'I honestly believed it.
There was only one lifejacket in the boat.’‘The men were speaking Spanish and I speak Spanish, so I asked if we could join them.
I thought we were going to some nearby neighborhood but we went about a mile to a neighborhood near a bayou.
I felt relieved for a split second or so and then I felt the electricity again.
Then I just started to drift away.'The trio of Butterfield, Connellan and Vizueth all managed to grab hold of a capsized dinghy that had been latched to their boat but had come loose.
Burned from head to toe and submerged in Hurricane Harvey's raging floodwaters, Ruaridh Connellan could feel his strength ebbing away as he clung to just a flimsy branch for survival.But before the 26-year-old photojournalist could even contemplate letting go, a familiar voice called out through the darkness: 'Dig deep buddy, dig deep - nobody is dying on my watch.'The voice was that of his Daily colleague Alan Butterfield who, along with Connellan and five other men had boarded a rescue boat Monday afternoon only to be electrocuted and tossed overboard when it hit power lines.