Two die, seven saved after ‘massive’ waves capsize boat, California officials say

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At least two people died while rescuers rescued seven others after a panga boat capsized in heavy surf off Imperial Beach near the California-Mexico border, officials told news outlets.
U.S. Border Patrol agents investigating reports of attempts to smuggle migrants across the border discovered the capsized boat at 6 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, KFMB reported.
"Six to eight foot waves, it was just a massive swell so the boat was probably just thrown and everyone was immediately submerged," Imperial Beach Fire and Rescue Capt. Patrick Spears told KSWB.
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Numerous agencies reportedly responded to the emergency, including the U.S. Coast Guard, San Diego County Sheriff's Department, Imperial Beach Fire and Rescue, and others.
"A scene like this is messy at first," Spears told KFMB. “Everyone is trying to save. There were many surfers there. Waves were 4-6 feet. It's quite an extreme surf this morning which has contributed greatly to the victims suffering so much."
At least 10 people are said to have been in the boat, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Surfers and rescuers pulled nine out of the cold water, but two died on the beach.
"It was pretty hard to witness how it happened right then and there," surfer Trevor Pike told KGTV. "People ran and walked onto the beach and some were obviously still in the water."
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"It got very real to me because when they brought up the first body, an arm fell out of the sleeve and I was like, 'This isn't fantasy. That is real. That's someone's daughter right there. ' This hits you," neighbor Ron Stewart told KFMB. He called it a "great wave of sadness."
The search for the possibly missing person will continue, reported KSWB.
The Department of Homeland Security is investigating the incident, KGTV reported.
Imperial Beach is a city of 26,000 people about 15 miles south of San Diego.
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