Two safely pulled from St. Croix River

by Jayna Smith

On Tuesday, May 26, rescue personnel received reports of two people in the St. Croix River and in need of aid.  

According to Cpl. Jullie Rogers-Marsh from New Brunswick RCMP, the two Canadian residents were fishing “at a location where it’s known for good fishing,” when the inflatable raft they were on flipped over.

Cpl. Rogers-Marsh said, “Both individuals were able to swim to a rock where they were rescued.”  She added that St. Stephen Fire Department was on the scene for the rescue.

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