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NYC Firefighter Rescued at Sea After Sailboat Incident - 1010 Wins
by NewsReader 11-26-2006



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NYC Firefighter Rescued at Sea After Sailboat Incident
1010 Wins, NY - 22 hours ago
NEW YORK -- An off-duty New York City firefighter was rescued from the chilly Atlantic Ocean on Friday after his sailboard was swept out to sea, police said. ...


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