Police: Teen, adult rescued from rip current near Neptune Beach
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The National Weather Service warned of a high risk of rip currents at beaches in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia on Saturday. According to Commander Gary Snyder with the Neptune Beach Police Department, a teenager and an adult were caught in a rip current at about 2:30 p.m. The rip current risk is in effect until late in the night. Lifeguards say to keep yourself safe, check beach conditions before you go, and then when you arrive, look for the color of warning signs and flags. If you are swimming and feel you are being pulled out to sea in a rip current, here is how to get back to shore:NOAA graphicLina Pringle contributed to this story.