Fireboats used to aerate section of Biscayne Bay

Fireboats used to aerate section of Biscayne Bay | WorkBoat

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department's two fireboats were recently called on for an unusual job - help save the sea life in Biscayne Bay. Fireboats 21 and 73 spent four hours and covered about two square miles aerating a portion of the bay with thousands of dead and dying creatures ranging from pufferfish and eels to lobster and grunts.


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Fireboats used to aerate section of Biscayne Bay
Fireboats used to aerate section of Biscayne Bay
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