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Water Rescue, Stranded Boaters



Vt. State Police - 5:10 pm Mon Jun 30th, 2014

On June 30, 2014 at approximately 1500 hours Vermont State Police Troopers were contacted about a stranded 10-12 foot row boat occupied by two boaters on Lake Champlain in Addison.

The boaters who were vacationing from Chile had been on the water for approximately 3 hours per the complainant and could not row back to shore due to high winds on the lake. Vermont State Police Troopers, The Addison County Sheriff's Department, The U.S. Coast Guard, and The Addison Fire Department were notified of the incident. The Addison Fire Department deployed their water rescue boat from The Champlain Bridge Marina and were able to assist the two boaters back to shore. The boaters did not require medical assistance.
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CASE#: 14C201986
TROOPER: Trooper Andrew Leise
STATION: VSP New Haven
CONTACT#: 1-802-388-4919
DATE/TIME: June 30, 2014/ 1500 hours
LOCATION: Lake Champlain Addison, VT
INCIDENT: Water Rescue, Stranded Boaters
Boaters: Elba Jaramillo 57 y/o, Gladys Estrada 50 y/o

Relevant Address(es):
Addison, VT 05491 (Set as Local)

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