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Paul P

Indian River Fire Co. response and scenery, Oct. 25

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I originally went to the boat dock to take pictures of the fishermen, but a few minutes after, there was someone in the water drowning at 1:30PM by the Indian River Inlet by Rt. 1. The closest place for the release of their equipment happened to be in Long Neck, DE, which is where I live and was at the time.

 

First these, then the Fire Co, enjoy.

 

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Cool picsl :tup:

 

Neat!

 

- A

 

I actually been there not to long ago , great photos.

Thanks for the critique. Who would ever want to come here? :tdown: Should have stopped by!

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Thanks.

As you can see one of the pictures, is them unhooking it, the next one is already in the water and away they go...

About 30 seconds I would say.

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