Kayaker rescued from Grand River

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GRANDVILLE, Mich. --  A kayaker who fell out of their boat was rescued from the Grand River Friday.

Several crews converged on an area north of the 28th Street bridge.  The person was holding onto a tree before a Grand Rapids Fire rescue boat arrived and took them back to shore.

Several crews are on the scene of a rescue on the Grand River.

 

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2 comments

  • Ryan Grant

    “The person was holding onto a tree before a Grand Rapids Fire rescue boat arrived and took them back to shore.”
    Why would the GRFD take the person and the tree back to shore? Or was there more than one kayaker?
    It is hard to figure out what you are trying to say when you use a plural pronoun to refer to a singular subject, Bob. You ought to have learned that in 6th grade like the rest of us, but maybe you were sick that day.

  • Commonsense

    Send the bill to the Idiot holding onto the tree. And hey, let’s dump loads of money on tearing the river apart. Better spent on the homeless and downtrodden in the city.