Dolphins rescued in Florida after stranding during Hurricane Irma
News reporters joined members of the public to rescue two dolphins who were found stranded on a beach in Florida as Hurricane Irma swept through the state.
One of the dolphins appeared to be a calf while the other was an adult. After taking advice from local strandings experts, an NBC reporter covering the storm helped out in the rescue on Marco Island on the Gulf Coast.
WATCH: @KerryNBC and a team of others rescued a second dolphin that washed ashore in Marco Island, Florida, after #Irma pic.twitter.com/r2RkoOwePS
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) September 11, 2017