In this photo supplied by the Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department, firefighter Andrew Vinson uses two backboards like snowshoes April 2, 2014, to make his way to two women stranded in a kayak in the pluff mud in a tributary of the Beaufort River.
In this photo supplied by the Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department, firefighter Andrew Vinson uses two backboards like snowshoes April 2, 2014, to make his way to two women stranded in a kayak in the pluff mud in a tributary of the Beaufort River. Submitted photo
In this photo supplied by the Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department, firefighter Andrew Vinson uses two backboards like snowshoes April 2, 2014, to make his way to two women stranded in a kayak in the pluff mud in a tributary of the Beaufort River. Submitted photo

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April 02, 2014 08:20 PM

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