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Nine people and a dog rescued on Navarre Beach after flooding from Hurricane Sally

Nick Tomecek
Northwest Florida Daily News

The Coast Guard and Navarre Beach Fire Rescue rescued nine people and one dog Wednesday near Navarre Beach. 

A Coast Guard Sector Ohio Valley Shallow Water Response Team rescued six adults, three children and one dog who were impacted by Hurricane Sally, according to press release from the Coast Guard.

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Coast Guard Shallow Water Response Teams were pre-staged in areas around the potential Hurricane Sally impacted areas to rapidly respond and conduct search and rescue operations, the release said.

A Coast Guard Sector Ohio Valley Shallow Water Response Team rescued nine people and one dog who were trapped on Navarrre Beach on Wednesday.

"The general public should remain cautious, even in nice conditions, and be aware of hazards, storm surge debris, and possible flooding conditions due to the hurricane. If you, your friends or family need emergency assistance, call 911 and provide your location, zip code, street name and number of people in need of assistance," the Coast Guard said.