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MSNBC decided to show full coverage of the storm with reporters wading through the storm surges from Hurricane Irma in Florida. Kerry Sanders, an MSNBC reporter, saved two dolphins that got washed ashore by the storm.
“We have a dolphin that has been washed ashore here. We are attempted to see if we can get it back out into the water,” said Sanders “It certainly has gone through a lot of trauma here.”
Sanders along with the help of another man tried to guide the dolphin back into deeper waters. Right after that, Sanders was part of a group of people that found and rescued a much larger dolphin. The dolphin was washed up to the beach and left without water. The group of people along with Kerry Sanders picked up the dolphin and carried it into the ocean. This dolphin was believed to be the mother of the first dolphin.
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The reporter informed his coworker, Willie Geist, both dolphins were released safely back to the Gulf.
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