Crews rescue stranded dolphin in North Wildwood

- Crews rescued a stranded dolphin in North Wildwood Monday.

According to North Wildwood Recreation and Tourism, the striped dolphin made a stop at the Inlet Beach and was unable to get back  to sea.

Thanks to help from the North Wildwood Beach Patrol, The Marine Mammal Stranding Center and the North Wildwood Fire Department the dolphin made it back safely to sea.

Watch the amazing rescue in the video above. Great job to everyone involved!

Video Credit: Ann Devlin North Wildwood Recreation and Tourism

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