PITTSGROVE TWP. -- A swan at Parvin State Park sent three kayakers into the water Friday afternoon, according to officials.
State Park Police and the Park Service were dispatched for the water rescue after a 911 call directed them to the lake, said Larry Hajna, spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. The rescue occurred around 2:30 p.m.
The kayakers were either frightened or attacked by a mute swan and ended up in the water, Hajna said.
Rescue units from Salem County where aided by a marine unit from Vineland.
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