ORLANDO, Fla. - On this week's "The Weekly on ClickOrlando.com with Justin Warmoth," some of the key players from a 12-hour manatee rescue recount their efforts.
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Feb. 23 marked three years since 19 manatees were stuck in a Satellite Beach storm drain.
Warmoth covered the rescue for News 6 and now finds out how the rescued manatees are doing.
Jon Peterson, of SeaWorld Rescue, will also talk about the problems manatees are now facing.
In addition to the rescue, Warmoth highlights the Noor Salman trial, the News 6 push for "Driving Change" with texting and driving laws and the debate about arming teachers in the wake of a mass shooting at a South Florida school.
"The Weekly" replaces "Flashpoint" and airs just after 8 a.m. during the News 6 Sunday morning newscast.
For background on all these stories, just use the links below:
- 3 years later, rescuers reflect on 19 manatees pulled from Satellite Beach storm drain
- 520 manatee deaths in 2016, Florida officials say
- Report: Cold snap killed 35 manatees in Florida in January
- Noor Salman Trial
- Driving Change
- Florida Legislature debates school safety bill
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