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1 person hospitalized after boat capsizes at Chatfield State Park

South Metro Fire Rescue said 10 people ended up in the water after the boat capsized on Sunday.

LITTLETON, Colo. — South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) confirmed Sunday evening that they were at the scene of a water rescue at Chatfield State Park.

According to the initial post from the SMFR Twitter account just after 7 p.m., four people had fallen in the water after a boat capsized at the lake. 

SMFR later said a total of 10 people had been in the water and one person was transported to a hospital nearby. It is unclear if that person suffered serious injuries.

Everyone is now out of the water, SMFR said.

This is a developing story and more updates will be added once they are received. 

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