CLEVELAND — Cleveland Metroparks police responded to East 55th Street Marina where they pulled two people from the water Friday.
Officers and EMS responded at around 2:30 a.m. Friday in Cleveland.
A group of people used jumper cables to help a female stuck in the water until Cleveland Metroparks police arrived.
Video from News 5 photojournalist shows the dramatic rescue unfold.
Awesome effort by @clevemetroparks police to rescue two women from the lake at the East 55th Marina around 2:30am. Friends rescued one using jumper cables. Metroparks police and EMS pulled the other out. I'd write more but the video speaks for itself. Both were able to go home. pic.twitter.com/kP2KLXmhSv— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) October 15, 2021
Police and EMS threw her a life vest before pulling her out. The girl in the water said she was searching for her friend, who was rescued prior to her.
In total. two people were saved and transported to the hospital.
News 5 will update this story as more information becomes available.