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JONES BEACH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A humpback whale was rescued off the coast of Jones Beach after becoming entangled in a large amount of fishing gear.

The whale was first spotted by boaters Monday and it took crews until Thursday to set it free.

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Multiple teams, including the Coast Guard and the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society, helped disentangle the whale from netting, thick ropes and buoys.

They say the humpback suffered cuts on its body but was able to swim away.

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Fire Crews Battling Lake Fire Save American Flag from Burning Property

NEAR LAKE HUGHES (CBSLA) – Crews fighting the fast-spreading Lake Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest between Palmdale and Santa Clarita late Wednesday night were able to save an American flag from a property that appeared to be ablaze.

Aug. 12, 2020. (Credit: L.A. County Firefighters Local 1014)

A dramatic video posted by the Los Angeles County Firefighters Local 1014 union showed crews pulling the flag off the pole as the flames rage around them.

“Even as we battle fast-spreading flames and dangerous conditions, our members continue to serve with respect and honor,” the union wrote.

It was unclear from the video of a home on the property was destroyed.

The Lake Fire broke Wednesday afternoon in the area of Lake Hughes and Pine Canyon roads and quickly exploded, growing to 10,500 acres by Thursday morning amid swirling winds and high temperatures, forcing the evacuation of about 100 homes. There was no containment.

At least three structures were destroyed.

There was no word on a cause.

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