Amy and DJ were with their 6 year old twin boys Peyton and Bryant on a Disney World holiday in Orlando.A day early the family decided to arrive at their hotel so the boys could enjoy a day at the beach.
When they were kids, Peyton and Bryant were taught how to swim so they’re really comfortable in the water. In reality Amy identifies them as “small fish” that, if they could, would stay in the sea. Little did she know that on that fateful day, their swimming skills would prove life saving.
Once they saw a 3 year old girl doing a mad dash to the deep end, right where they were playing, the boys started splashing around in the water. Peyton and Bryant see her leap into the water, then continue to flow and try to stay afloat.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified drowning as the leading cause of wound related loss in children aged 1 to 4 and the second leading cause of end in children aged 1 to 14 after car incidents, according to a 2015 story on CBS News.
But without talking or hesitation, the 6 year old brothers snapped into action and listened to their instincts worked quickly and simultaneously to save the little girl as only a couple of bonded twin siblings might.