By CBSBoston.com Staff

BREWSTER (CBS) – A kayaker was saved Friday morning after he was knocked over by the wind and into the water at Long Pond in Brewster.

Brewster Fire Chief Robert Moran told WBZ-TV firefighters were called to the pond around 9 a.m. for reports of a man and a woman in the water.

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The woman, who was on a paddle board, was knocked off by the wind but was able to make it to shore. The man in the kayak fell into the water and needed help.

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Brewster firefighters then sent out a boat and rescued the man about 150 yards from shore.

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The woman was not hurt. The man was taken to the hospital with possible hypothermia and is in stable condition.

CBSBoston.com Staff