Way above 'DUTY', FWC officer jumps into the raging waters of inlet.

Way above 'DUTY', FWC officer jumps into the raging waters of inlet.

Florida Wildlife Officer Lt. Dustin Lightsey jumped into the 8mph outgoing tide of Sebastian Inlet to rescued a man after the pontoon boat he was on capsized after hitting the bridge fenders.Somehow a TowBoat US that was assisting the pontoon boat got caught in lines and they both capsized. Total of five people were in the water and saved from the two capsized boats. Units from Brevard County Fire Rescue worked the north side of the inlet while Indian River Fire Rescue worked the south side.Sebastian Inlet devids the county line. Units from Brevard County Sheriffs Office, Indian River County Sheriffs Office, Indian River County Fire Rescue Diver Team and Aviation Unit along with USCG out of Port Canaveral and civilian boaters

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