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Overboard: Boat Capsizes In Los Angeles Harbor, Three People Rescued

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A 14-foot sailboat capsized in Los Angeles Harbor on Saturday prompting the rescue of three individuals by firefighters and lifeguards, according to CBS Local.

The incident reportedly occurred around noon near Angel’s Gate Lighthouse, and the rescued trio were brought to safety on the docks near the Los Angeles Yacht Club. According to authorities at least one person was being treated for hypothermia.

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