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Mimi Hughes Interview - Part One

By Pat Sanders, Alabama Public Radio

http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/wual/local-wual-525331.mp3

Florence, AL – Bob Jones High School teacher Mimi Hughes has become the first person to swim the entire length of the Danube River, which is more than 17-hundred miles long. She made the journey with her 20-year-old daughter Kelsey from May until August 3rd. In Part One of an interview with Pat Sanders from our University of North Alabama Bureau, she begins her story explaining why she chose the Danube.

OUTRO: You have been listening to the first of a two part interview between Alabama Public Radio's Pat Sanders and Mimi Hughes, who recently completed a swim of the Danube River in Europe.

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