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Massachusetts State and local Police, responders save children from floating dock

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Authorities came to the rescue of some children Wednesday.

According to Massachusetts State Police, at about 9:30 p.m. last night, members of the MSP Air Wing, including Troopers Gregg Spooner, Kevin Kaupp, and Andrew Hamilton were called to assist the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth Fire-Rescue in the rescue of 5 juveniles from Bloody Pond in Plymouth.

The juveniles, none of whom could swim, jumped on a dock and began floating across the pond in the dark.

The MSP helicopter crew was able to hover overhead and shine the “night sun” on them until a rescue boat could pick them up.

Air Wing assists in rescue of juveniles stranded on Bloody Pond in Plymouth

At about 9:30 p.m. last night, members of our Air Wing, including Troopers Gregg Spooner, Kevin Kaupp, and Andrew Hamilton were called to assist the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth Fire-Rescue in the rescue of 5 juveniles from Bloody Pond in Plymouth last night. The juveniles, none of whom could swim, jumped on a dock and began floating across the pond in the dark. Our helicopter crew was able to hover overhead and shine the "night sun" on them until a rescue boat could pick them up. Great collaborative effort!

Posted by Massachusetts State Police on Thursday, July 4, 2019

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