Seven swimmers were pulled from the water and two of them were given CPR Sunday after being caught in a possible rip current at Seabrook Beach in New Hampshire, authorities said.
Seabrook police responded to a call reporting six swimmers “struggling in the water’’ off Seabrook Beach, near 131 Ocean Drive at about 12:25 p.m., according to a statement from deputy chief Brett Walker.
A seventh swimmer, who was helping in the response, was also rescued, Walker said.
SWIM ADVISORY—The ocean currents are strong today. For your safety avoid swimming in the ocean off Seabrook Beach. pic.twitter.com/wamB52wzkm— Seabrook Police Dept (@SeabrookPolice) August 19, 2018