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    Emergency responders, law enforcement team up to monitor Port Huron Float Down [Image 11 of 14]

    Emergency responders, law enforcement team up to monitor Port Huron Float Down

    PORT HURON, MI, UNITED STATES

    08.16.2015

    Photo by Chief Petty Officer Lauren Jorgensen 

    U.S. Coast Guard District 9

    Seaman Alexander Berggren of Coast Guard Station Port Huron, Mich., watches for people struggling in floats as a Coast Guard boat tows dozens of people aboard inflatable rafts across the St. Clair River at the unsanctioned marine event known as the Port Huron Float Down, during which more than a thousand people gathered Aug. 16, 2015, to float 7.5 miles down the St. Clair River between Port Huron and Marysville, Mich., on the border of the U.S. and Canada in inflatable and makeshift rafts. Throughout the afternoon U.S. and Canadian emergency responders and law enforcement officers towed hundreds of people who were blown into Canadian waters and didn't have paddles to help them cross back into the U.S. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Lauren Jorgensen)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 08.16.2015
    Date Posted: 08.17.2015 15:40
    Photo ID: 2127185
    VIRIN: 150816-G-JG957-325
    Resolution: 7360x4912
    Size: 17.61 MB
    Location: PORT HURON, MI, US 

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