Boston Fire Department Rescues Woman from Water in Dorchester

Boston Fire Department Rescues Woman from Water in Dorchester


Tuesday night, May 1, 2018, a report came in to the Boston Fire Department of a woman found in the water near the JFK Library in Dorchester.  A call was received around 10:30 pm.  The Dive Team, Marine Unit, and Technical Rescue Response team were called to the scene for assistance.  BFD was able to pull the woman from the water safely.

The identity of the woman has not yet been released, the only information we have received is she is in her 20’s.  Boston EMS transported the woman to a local area hospital for evaluation and treatment of the woman’s injuries.  Reports stated the woman was awake and responsive when she was rescued from the water and transported to the hospital.

Massachusetts State Police and Boston Police are investigating the incident.

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