Authorities rescue 2 swimmers swept away by rip current
IPSWICH, Mass. — Police and the Coast Guard have rescued a man and his son-in-law who went swimming off Crane Beach in Ipswich and were swept away by a rip current.
The two experienced swimmers entered the water around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday but did not return home as expected. Family members contacted the police after finding their bicycles on shore.
Ipswich police found the son-in-law in the water south of Crane Beach. He told them he and his father-in-law were caught in heavy fog and then swept out by a rip current.
After searching for an hour, a Coast Guard helicopter crew saw the... read more
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