Meanwhile in Flagler County, Florida, Reza Baluchi washed ashore inside a bubble-like vessel on Saturday morning after an apparent attempt to walk on water. Flagler County deputies responded to calls from concerned citizens who spotted a strange vessel on the beach in the Hammock area. Baluchi, the vessel's sole occupant, was discovered safe inside without any injuries. He told authorities that he had set off for New York from the St. Augustine area before encountering "complications" that brought him back to shore. He also said, "My goal is to not only raise money for homeless people, but raise money for the Coast Guard, raise money for the police department, raise money for the fire department." Apparently Baluchi has been rescued several times in previous years after setting off inside hydro bubbles. (Global News)
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