In Case You Missed It: San Diego Good News for Sunday, Sept. 8

To help make sure you stay informed, each Sunday we revisit five stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest. 

1. 'Something Out of a Movie': Boat Wedged in Point Loma Cave

San Diego Fire-Rescue lifeguards say they were called to one of the most unusual rescues of their careers Friday when a 26-foot-long fishing boat with two men aboard became wedged inside a cave near Sunset Cliffs. See the spectacular video in this video from NBC 7's Audra Stafford.

A video shared by San Diego Lifeguards shows the moment lifeguards discovered a boat stuck in a cave near Point Loma. The scene was like something out of a movie. NBC 7's Audra Stafford reports.

2. Caught on Cam: Raccoons Block Exit at Local Clinic

They may LOOK like burglars but one group of raccoons was more like a set of bouncers when they blocked the door at a local medical facility earlier this week. The person who captured the video could be heard quietly whispering "Help me." We just can't believe the amazing video. Oh, and thought you should know a group of raccoons is called a "gaze." Who knew?

A woman recorded a gaze of raccoons blocking an exit at a local clinic. NBC 7's Marianne Kushi has what's up.

3. Reporter Soaked by Fire Retardant on Live TV

Yes, that's NBC 7's Steven Luke and photographer Scott Baird getting soaked when an airplane dumps fire retardant on the Tenaja Fire earlier thsi week. We've got both angles - the one the photographer saw coming and the one viewers saw on television. 

NBC 7's Steven Luke was hit with fire retardant while covering the Tenaja Fire while delivering his live report.

4. New Dr. Seuss Book Hits Market 

The release of a new book from Dr. Seuss was celebrated Tuesday in La Jolla where the author once lived. "Dr. Seuss’s Horse Museum" is based on a manuscript that was uncovered by the widow of Theodore Geisel in 2013. NBC 7's Liberty Zabala was at the Geisel Library on the day the book was announced.

"Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum" hit shelves 28 years after the author's death. NBC 7's Liberty Zabala reports from the Geisel Library at UC San Diego with more.

5. 'I Feel Strong': Gold Capes Remind Child Cancer Patients They Are Superheroes

It's hard to believe that nearly 16,000 kids and teens 19 and under are diagnosed with cancer. At Rady Children's Hospital this week, gold capes were worn to remind children diagnosed with cancer that they are not alone as they battle their supervillain.

Gold capes reminded cancer patients at Rady Chidlren’s Hospital of their superhero-sized strength.

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