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Surfer latest to rescue swimmer caught in Duluth rip current

A man surfing off Park Point in Duluth rescued a woman caught in a rip current on Wednesday evening, Duluth fire officials said. Bystanders rescued three people from a rip current in the same general area on Monday.
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A man surfing off Park Point in Duluth rescued a woman caught in a rip current on Wednesday evening, Duluth fire officials said. Bystanders rescued three people from a rip current in the same general area on Monday.

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