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(KSL News) All's well that ends well for four teens who found themselves in need of rescue today on Utah Lake.
Two teens were knocked off of their Jet Ski this afternoon by high waves near American Fork Harbor. They were rescued by a passing boat.
High waves also knocked two other teens off of a Water Weenie near Pelican Bay. The driver of the boat that was towing them looked back to see they were gone.
The Utah County Sheriff's Office was notified and a search and rescue operation began. But Mother Nature lent a helping hand with wind blowing them closer to shore. Rescue boats were easily able to pick them up there.