Six Children Rescued in Auburn, Massachusetts, Near a Water Diversion Tunnel!
Auburn Fire Department: Six Children Rescued in Auburn, Massachusetts, Near a Water Diversion Tunnel! According to a statement released by the Auburn Fire Department on Sunday evening, six teens were rescued around a diversion water tunnel.
After authorities determined they could not return to land alone, they were immediately rescued, and immediate steps were taken. At 4:15 p.m. on Sunday, the adolescents called 911, reportedly saying they had made it out of the water tunnel but were too cold and wet to continue their journey.
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Six teenagers were rescued near a diversion water tunnel in Auburn, Massachusetts, after authorities said the group was unable to "make it back to land on their own," according to a statement from the Auburn Fire Department Sunday evening. https://t.co/mZ09fUVHhF
— ABC News (@ABC) April 17, 2023
The teens’ whereabouts were pinpointed by police using a cell phone signal. The Auburn Fire Department and Police Department were able to pinpoint their location thanks to a cell phone ping, and when rescuers came, they utilized a rope to haul all six teenagers to safety.
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The fire department reported that the teens’ sole injuries were superficial scratches, and none required more medical attention. The teens-only sustained minor scratches and none had injuries requiring further medical attention, the fire department said.
Nobody was taken by ambulance to the hospital and transported there.