11 people rescued after boat capsized during thunderstorm in Titusville, Florida
By Chaffin Mitchell, AccuWeather staff writer
July 22, 2018, 10:42:21 PM EDT
Eleven people were pulled from Indian River after a thunderstorm rolled through Titusville, Florida on Sunday.
Titusville Fire reports 11 adults and two children were saved and brought safely to shore after their boat capsized during the storm.
Officials say none of the victims required medical attention.
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The thunderstorms that rolled through the area produced wind gusts up to 50 mph at Cocoa Beach, which is about 30 miles southeast of Titusville.
Below is a video of the rescue during the storm.
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