The rescue was one of six emergency calls that crews responded to that day, the Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District said.
CANNON BEACH, Ore. — First responders and lifeguards rescued two kids and four adults who were swept out by a rip current at Cannon Beach on Saturday.
Lifeguards were patrolling the beach when they saw the group of people get swept out at Chapman Point near the northern part of the beach. A lifeguard entered the water while another requested help from the Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District and the Seaside Fire & Rescue surf rescue teams. A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) helicopter
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