Little angler hooks long-lost cell phone
A cell phone lost in a Maryland river nearly a year ago is back with its owner...and fully operational ... after a 6-year-old girl snagged it while fishing.
It was a scene just like this recently when six year old Reagan Castor line in the Severn River. And it wasn't long before she made the catch of the day. We're fishing. Um, and my first cashed. My mom had helped me there a jat and then for like, two seconds. And we caught a self because it was so gross. It was covered in clams and all kinds of gunk. The phone was in a waterproof case. The family took it home. Cut it off and to dry it out, um, Padam arise. We waited, plugged. Then what happened, charged, charged and turned on. So we were amazed. And Reagan's mom, Emily, made a catch of her own when to find the owner, she posted about the phone on a local Facebook page. When all of us and I came across this post that said, You're never gonna believe us, that we found a phone. It was pretty amazing. Amazing, because eighth grader Preston Shapiro never thought he'd see his phone again. He'd lost it over a year ago while kayaking with a friend through it to my friend Andrew. And let's just say it fell to the bottom of the river. What surprised me most was like I had no idea thing this was gonna work. It did. Reagan gave it back in. Preston's family gave her a reward. $50 he'd costs breast in much more than that to replace his iPhone x r With his own money. Our son learned a valuable lesson. Now that's a fish story. Jennifer Francie Adi, W B A. On TV 11 news.