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Sunday August 07, 2022 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)


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BOURNE – Two people were rescued but their vessel suffered significant damage after going up on te rocks off Wings Neck in Bourne around 4 PM. According to reports te vessel’s motor died and strong winds blew te vessel against the rocks. Bourne rescuers were able to get the two people off the stricken vessel. […] The post Two people safe but boat heavily damaged after foundering on rocks off Wings Neck in Bourne appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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