AUBURN, Mass. -- Police in Auburn, Massachusetts rescued six teenagers who had walked through a water diversion tunnel.
The teens said they were able to exit the tunnel, but called police about 4:15 p.m. Sunday because they were cold, wet and unable to go any farther.
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Police said they pinged one of the teen's cellphones and used geolocation to find them near the tunnel. The Auburn Fire Department said in a statement that the teens were rescued because they were unable to "make it back to land on their own."
Emergency personnel arrived at the scene and used a rope to get all six teens onto dry land.
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No major injuries were reported, and the teens only suffered minor scratches, according to the fire department. None had injuries that required further medical attention or a hospital transport.