Woman rescued after her kayak capsized

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ROCKTON - A woman who launched her kayak from Settlers Park in Rockton had to be rescued by the Rockton Fire Protection District at around 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday after her kayak capsized, according to the Rockton Fire Department.

Rescue crews responded to the area just east of the railroad bridge in Rockton and found the woman who was unable to get back into the kayak. According to a department Facebook post, the woman was clinging to the kayak when personnel arrived.

The kayaker was rescued without incident and was not injured.

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