Jerome swift-water team rescues stranded kids

Four members of the Jerome Fire Department’s swift-water rescue team traveled to the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada, to train and ended up rescuing seven people and their blow-up unicorn and elephant stranded on an isolated island. (Photo courtesy of Jerome Police Department)

Four members of the Jerome Fire Department’s swift-water rescue team traveled to the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada, to train and ended up rescuing seven people and their blow-up unicorn and elephant stranded on an isolated island. (Photo courtesy of Jerome Police Department)

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