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  • Were deputies heroes or bystanders as three teens drowned?

    When three Florida teenagers drowned in a stolen car last month, deputies said they waded into the water to try and save them before they died. But their families allege inconclusive camera footage is raising questions about the night the car sank in a Pinellas County swamp. The Sheriff's Department has posted this video to social media to support the department acted fully to save the teens.

When three Florida teenagers drowned in a stolen car last month, deputies said they waded into the water to try and save them before they died. But their families allege inconclusive camera footage is raising questions about the night the car sank in a Pinellas County swamp. The Sheriff's Department has posted this video to social media to support the department acted fully to save the teens. Courtesy of Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
When three Florida teenagers drowned in a stolen car last month, deputies said they waded into the water to try and save them before they died. But their families allege inconclusive camera footage is raising questions about the night the car sank in a Pinellas County swamp. The Sheriff's Department has posted this video to social media to support the department acted fully to save the teens. Courtesy of Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

Were deputies heroes or bystanders as three teens drowned?

April 22, 2016 9:07 AM