POIPU, Hawaii (KHON2) — The County of Kaua’i said first responders conducted an ocean rescue involving three California visitors in Po’ipu on Thursday.
The county, Koloa Fire station and the Ocean Safety Bureau South Roving Ski Patrol arrived at Acid Drops at around 1 p.m.
According to the county, first responders discovered three individuals on flotation devices fronting an area commonly known as Baby Beach.
The reports said the individuals were caught in a current at a surf spot called Acid Drops and drifted about half a mile towards Baby Beach.
OSB personnel on jet skis shuttled the visitors back to shore, fronting Acid Drops, near Lawa’i Beach, according to the county. The rescue ended at 1:10 pm.
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