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Nassau Authorities Rescue Missing Jet Skier and Paddle Boarder in Woodmere

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The jet skier was found in the vicinity of the Woodmere Yacht Club; a paddle boarder attempted a rescue but became stuck in the marsh, cops say.

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NCPD reports the details of a water rescue that occurred in Woodmere on Sunday, August 6.

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Woodmere, NY - August 7, 2017 - The Marine Bureau reports the details of a water rescue that occurred in Woodmere on Sunday, August 06, 2017 at 3:00 P.M.
 
At approximately 3:38 P.M., the Fourth Precinct, Marine Bureau and Aviation received a call for a missing jet skier in the vicinity of the Woodmere Yacht Club
 
The missing jet skier was located by Helicopter 6 in Crooked Creek. The Jet Ski operator was safe and accounted for. The Jet Ski was removed from the marsh and safely secured to a dock in Woodmere.  
 
A paddle boarder, who attempted to help in the rescue had to be rescued by Helicopter 6 off of the marsh and was transported to the Woodmere Yacht Club.
 
No injuries were reported.