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Baywatch crews, two lifeguards to a boat, rescued 1,600 swimmers, prevented nearly 5,000 water mishaps and saved an estimated $50 million worth of boats from sinking.
On 29 January, two rescue swimmers from HS-14 rescued two VFA-102 Naval Aviators who ejected from their F/A-18F Super Hornet during an arrested landing aboard Kitty Hawk (CV 63).
I'd sure want to know that I'm going to be rescued if I'm in trouble," he says.
Two girls who fell into the Pacoima Wash on Saturday sit with firefighters from Fire Engine Company 98, the crew that rescued the cousins caught in a 20-mph current.
rescued the captain of a 96-foot shrimp vessel, Alexander G, 150 miles southwest of New Orleans.
One of the first animal rescue agencies on the ground in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the League rescued more than 1400 pets from the region.
LAHORE, August 16, 2010 (Frontier Star): The Punjab Emergency Service has so far rescued over 30000 flood affectees in flood hit areas and also provided first aid to 5000 emergency victims.
It was Cordobes who, with a Swiftwater team and 60 firefighters, rescued the 14-year-old boy who'd plunged into roiling Bull Creek - allegedly on a dare.
Along with a Coast Guard HU-25 Falcon and C-130 Hercules, the Sea King reported to the scene where a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission patrol boat rescued the pilot from the water and brought him ashore.
Others represented equally touching tales, including a dog covered with chemical burns from the floodwaters, and a cat rescued by its dedicated owner, a retiree who sneaked back into town to reclaim his kitty, some cat toys and none of his own possessions.
Rescue swimmers from HS-11 on board Enterprise (CVN 65) rescued two injured crewmen from separate fishing vessels on the southeast coast of the U.
Under deteriorating weather conditions, one of the helicopters rescued 66 people from the roof of Tulane University in New Orleans.