3 rescued after 23-foot boat overturns near Jupiter Inlet

JUPITER, Fla. — Three folks have been rescued after a 23-foot boat capsized and overturned east of the Jupiter Inlet, Palm Seaside County Hearth Rescue stated Saturday.

At roughly 12:25, PBCFR models, together with County Parks and Recreation Ocean Rescue, Jupiter Police Division, Palm Seaside County sheriff’s Workplace Eagle helicopter and the U.S. Coast Guard responded to Dubois Park for a reported open water incident.

Ocean Rescue and PBCFR Jet-skis stationed at PBCFR Station 18 in Jupiter have been used to find the folks within the water and assist safe the vessel, PBCFR stated in an inquiry from WPTV.

The three folks have been faraway from the water and dropped at the docks at Dubois Park. No people have been transported to a hospital, PBCFR stated.

Kelley Corridor submitted video of the scene the place the boat overturned.

Palm Seaside County Hearth Rescue helps rescue 3 after boat overturns close to Jupiter Inlet

WPTV reporter Cassandra Driver spoke to Invoice Dance, who stated he was fishing on the dock when it occurred.

“First I see them. I’m like OK they don’t know what they’re doing. They’re heading straight out, then they began heading southeast a bit of bit and I’m like all proper they could know one thing. Subsequent factor I do know, lifeguard was on the market. They’d the chopper out.”


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