Confusion Heard on 911 Calls About Distressed Swimmers
July 08--OCEAN CITY, N.J. -- The first 911 caller about swimmers screaming for help described his location as "the shore . . . out here by the boardwalk."
Another narrowed it down to "at the Ocean City New Jersey Shore, and there are people drowning."
The location of the after-hours swimmers on Sunday evening, June 29 -- including 14-year-old Corinthian Hammond of Philadelphia, who drowned, while 14 others were eventually rescued -- was clear to anyone familiar with Ocean City: the busy...
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