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Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Saves Cuban Rafters

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Cuban Rafters

Chief of Miami-Dade Air Resue Antonio Hernandez, center, talks to reporters during a news conference as Coast Guard commander Respond Sector Chief Richard Hartley, left, and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue flight medic Eric Lowd, right, look on, in Miami, Monday, Oct. 27, 2014. The U.S. Coast Guard said an overturned raft was reported Monday morning in Biscayne Bay, and ten Cuban migrants have been found and three more remain unaccounted for in the waters off Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

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Chief of Miami-Dade Air Resue Antonio Hernandez, right, talks to reporters during a news conference as U.S. Coast Guard commander Respond Sector Chief Richard Hartley, left, looks on, in Miami, Monday, Oct. 27, 2014. In total, ten Cuban migrants have been found and three more remain unaccounted for in the waters off Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz) Chief of Miami-Dade Air Resue Antonio Hernandez, right, talks to reporters during a news conference as U.S. Coast Guard commander Respond Sector Chief Richard Hartley, left, looks on, in Miami, Monday, Oct. 27, 2014. In total, ten Cuban migrants have been found and three more remain unaccounted for in the waters off Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

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From left, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Mike Perez, Susie Oatmeyer, Lt. George Izquierdo, and Lt. Eric Lowd, all participants of the rescue mission that found five Cuban migrants offshore, talk to each other about the ordeal in Miami, Monday, Oct. 27, 2014. Ten Cuban migrants have been found and three more remain unaccounted for in the waters off Miami. Three people were rescued by a good Samaritan boater and two others came ashore on Elliot Key. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)