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Video show officers pull baby out of partially submerged vehicle

In a dramatic video shared on social media, officers from the Cape May County Sheriff's Office and the Lower Township Police Department are seen helping pull a baby out of a partially submerged vehicle.

From the video, the vehicle appears to be a Jeep, sitting in some sort of waterway.

Not many details have been released from the Sheriff's Department. We did talk to the driver of the Jeep. Her story is here.

We do know that the rescue took place Friday, with officers Tomlin and Edwards from the Cape May County Sheriff's Office working with Patrolman Marroquin of the Lower Township Police Department.

The video's description says the trio rescued the baby "and others."

READ MORE: We talked to the driver and owner of the Jeep.

A job well done

Congratulations to all the officers for their lifesaving works.

Let's applaud them all!

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