HOLLYWOOD, Md. — On August 15, first responders were alerted to a watercraft in distress that good samaritans would eventually rescue.

At approximately 5:53 p.m., crews were dispatched to the 25000 block of Rosedale Manor Road near Greenwell State Park for reports that a blue jet ski with two passengers had overturned in the water and that they were being carried away by the current.

Soon after the call was placed to rescue units, first responders were advised that people on a nearby boat were going to make an attempt to rescue the passengers who were in the water.

The boaters made contact with the jet ski passengers in the water and managed to assist them to shore where first responders would later confirm that nobody had been injured, and no hazardous material had been spilled.

The incident would be fully handled in roughly 15 minutes from when the original call was placed.