"I have never seen so many at once," Battalion Chief Francisco Perez said. "They were very happy to see us. They said they had been on the ocean for two days." A boat dropped them off on the ocean side of Lower Sugarloaf Key, about 20 miles from Key West, at about 6:15 p.m. Monday and left.
"I have never seen so many at once," Battalion Chief Francisco Perez said. "They were very happy to see us. They said they had been on the ocean for two days." A boat dropped them off on the ocean side of Lower Sugarloaf Key, about 20 miles from Key West, at about 6:15 p.m. Monday and left. Monroe County Battalion Chief Francisco Perez
"I have never seen so many at once," Battalion Chief Francisco Perez said. "They were very happy to see us. They said they had been on the ocean for two days." A boat dropped them off on the ocean side of Lower Sugarloaf Key, about 20 miles from Key West, at about 6:15 p.m. Monday and left. Monroe County Battalion Chief Francisco Perez

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