I have it. What do you need?It was pitch black. We were seated in 3 rows of 2-3-2 and I was on the right side of the row of 3. The raft went over a submerged rock on the left side and capsized to the right, throwing everybody but me into the river; I ended-up under the raft. The current was not very strong fortunately at that point but in order to get to safety, one or two of the others had to climb on top of the upturned raft and one of then stepped on my head which he/she could not see because of the floor of the raft. I had come-up underneath the raft almost immediately because of the life vest and able to breathe the trapped sir. But to swim under and over the inflated rim was difficult with the life raft on and my first 2 attempts failed. Then I recalled what they had briefed us and used the raft for leverage and pushed the rim upwards to get under it and crawl/swim through. My experience as a diver, especially my favourite night diving, certainly helped to avoid panic. I was completely unhurt but among the others tossed into the water, a couple received rock scrapes and knocks.
Certainly sounds like something out of a B-movie. But AFAIK, there were no documented true Titanic widowers, were there? I don't have access to my copy of Lord's ANTR right now, but I have a dim recollection (which may be wrong) from his list of lost and surviving passengers, there was a male survivor and female victim from 2 people with the same surname. Of course, the 'male' might have been a child.