After falling from this small aluminum dinghy, a man was rescued by John Robert Labbe and his family and Sue Cram and Dick Neil in Dungeness Bay on July 4. The boat also had a small outboard motor that Labbe detached and stowed away to make it safer and easier to transport back to John Wayne Marina. Submitted photo by Dick Neil

After falling from this small aluminum dinghy, a man was rescued by John Robert Labbe and his family and Sue Cram and Dick Neil in Dungeness Bay on July 4. The boat also had a small outboard motor that Labbe detached and stowed away to make it safer and easier to transport back to John Wayne Marina. Submitted photo by Dick Neil

Good Samaritans save man from drowning

Two sets of boaters came together to save a man from drowning on the 4th of July.

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