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Ihosvani Rodriguez, Sun Sentinel The heavy lifeguard trucks provide vital assistance to those on the beach, but in rare instances, beachgoers need to be saved from the vehicles. For the second time this year, a sunbather on a South Florida beach has
Still, "an alert Fort Lauderdale Ocean Rescue lifeguard, Dennis Koelle, at Tower 11, spotted their distress and launched the rescue," Little said. Ocean Rescue lifeguards Danny Ojito and Kimberly Sippon used their personal watercraft to reach all
The safety of South Florida beaches is under scrutiny after a sunbather was injured by a heavy government vehicle on the sand. Critics say large lifeguard vehicles, such as pickups, often leave drivers with a limited view of sunbathers lying on the
Fire Rescue] was here is no time but she was already giving him CPR," he said. The victim, thought to be 18, was pulled from the ocean and taken to a nearby cabana as Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue arrived on the scene, fire spokesman Matt Little said.
Mercedes-Benz Corporate run Evan Dehart wins men's Mercedes-Benz Corporate run easily Fort Lauderdale's Evan Dehart outran a field of 5,246 to win the men's race, and Marlene Persson, 41, won the women's race...Right from the start, DeHart, a
A group of dangerous visitors could be seen soaking up the sun at the beach Wednesday morning. About a dozen man-of-war, with their distinctive balloon shape and bluish tint, dotted the shoreline on Fort Lauderdale Beach in the area of Castillo
Riding the wind and ocean currents, hordes of blue, alien-like creatures have descended upon South Florida's shoreline, entangling beachgoers in poisonous tentacles and delivering painful stings by the hundreds. Each invader, in fact, isn't an "it"
Riding the wind and ocean currents, hordes of blue hermaphroditic, alien-like creatures have descended upon South Florida's shoreline, entangling beachgoers in poisonous tentacles and delivering painful stings by the hundreds. Each invader, in fact,
Coming soon to Irish television a reality show about eight teens from the Emerald Isle who spend part of their summer in Fort Lauderdale training to be lifeguards. Think of it as a mixture of "The Apprentice" and "Baywatch" with a lot of Gaelic
Beach officials say swimmers should be watching for rip currents off Fort Lauderdale beach, especially after 116 people had to be rescued in the last three days from the strong currents. Fort Lauderdale Ocean Rescue lifeguards saved 22 people from