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Senator Kennedy aids fishermen's rescue

October 17, 2005

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Senator Edward M. Kennedy was enjoying a relaxing morning yesterday at his family's compound when he looked out his window at about 11 and saw six fishermen in distress, stranded along a breakwater. With the wind whipping, and incoming tide swirling around the fishermen, Kennedy called 911 and reported the situation. Concerned for the men, the senator boarded a small ... (Full article: 740 words)

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