GASTON COUNTY, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Emergency personnel took part in a Mountain Island Lake water rescue involving two people on Sunday.
In a social media post, Cook’s Community Volunteer Fire Department said they worked with Gaston County officials on a water rescue around 5:30 p.m.
Cook’s Community Volunteer Fire Department said it made contact with the patients within minutes of the call. They transported both patients to land and a GEMS ambulance took over on scene.
Mount Holly Fire Department Command, Lucia-Riverbend Fire & Rescue, Cooks Fire Dept and CMPD Marine Division took part in the rescue.
There’s no immediate information on the extent of the injuries.