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Sunday June 18, 2017 (7 months ago)


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Wareham Fire Department and Marion Harbormaster officials rescued five people early Sunday morning who were “cold, but thankfully uninjured” after their boat ran aground near Little Bird Island in Wareham. Captain Michael Bird of the Wareham Fire Department said the boat hit rocks during low tide. The people on board were fishing and the rainy, foggy weather led to low visibility, which is the reason they ran ...

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