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There is a water rescue under way at High Rock Lake Saturday afternoon after two boats collided on the water, according to Davidson County Communications.
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The National Weather Service, Forsyth County Office of Emergency Management and the Forsyth Community Emergency Response Team hosted an emergency preparedness training session Saturday.
SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter training taught participants everything from how storms develop to the way buildings hold up in high winds.
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