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Coast Guard rescues 5 people stranded by incoming tide in Fogarty Creek near Depoe Bay

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DEPOE BAY, Oregon — The Coast Guard says it has rescued five people stuck on rocks in the ocean near Depoe Bay, Oregon.

Officials say eight people were stranded by an incoming tide on Saturday on the rocks in Fogarty Creek.

Three managed to swim to shore of their own accord. A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Facility Newport rescued the other five and ferried them to shore.

None of the people who were stuck on the rocks reported any injuries or medical concerns.

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