Authorities say two jet skiers were rescued from being stuck in the mud in Sea Isle City last Friday afternoon.

The New Jersey State Police says they received a call about two stranded jet skiers around 3PM Friday. Cops say the pair was stuck in a muddy, marsh area.

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NJSP Marine Bureau troopers responded to the scene but they were unable to free the two because the tide was going out. As a result, they requested help from the aviation unit, which responded.

Cops say, "...the pilots, Sergeant Jeffrey Dipple and Trooper I James Baranyay, along with University Hospital Flight Nurse Richard Harris, Flight Nurse Ryan Paynter, and Flight Paramedic Tracy Connellan arrived to assist with the rescue. While the pilots maintained a low hover, the flight staff helped the stranded jet-skiers onto the helicopter."

No injures were reported from the incident.

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