PORT SANILAC (WWJ/AP) – Three teenagers who were kayaking when a thunderstorm moved across the state had to be rescued on Lake Huron Monday.

A brother and sister, ages 15 and 13, were kayaking with their cousin, a 13-year-old girl, off Port Sanilac when their kayaks overturned, The Times Herald of Port Huron reported.

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The Sanilac County sheriff’s department says they were near the harbor wall when winds and rain developed. One paddled back to shore. Deputies rescued the other two along with a relative who tried to get to them.

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The children, who were wearing life jackets, were taken to a hospital for the treatment of the onset of hypothermia.

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