CLEVELAND -- The Coast Guard was busy Tuesday afternoon by responding to three different situations on Lake Erie.
The first incident happened just before 4:30 p.m. when the Coaster Guard station in Marblehead was alerted to a situation involving a man and woman who had run a jet ski aground on rocks at the Sandusky Channel entrance.
After arriving on scene, both people were brought aboard a 45-foot response boat. The jet ski was towed to the Shelby Street Marina.
Both people were wearing life jackets.
The names of all those involved are not being released.
Moments later, the Coast Guard station at Cleveland Harbor responded to a situation involving two girls aboard kayaks who were unable to get back to shore due to adverse weather conditions near Rocky River.
A 25-foot response boat was dispatched and both girls were taken to the Clifton Lagoon Marina near Clifton Beach.
Both girls were wearing life jackets.
Around 5 p.m., the Coast Guard station at Cleveland Harbor responded to another kayaking incident -- this time involving two men who were also unable to get back to shore because of high winds. This was in the same general area where the two kayaking girls were pulled to safety.
When rescuers arrived on scene, both men were instructed to put on life jackets and were brought aboard a 45-foot response boat.
The men were taken ashore with their kayaks.