Though one of the dolphins died, the other four are doing fine and were just released back into the ocean, reports the Cape Cod Times.
"So far the animals look good," said Brian Sharp, stranding coordinator for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, which examined the dolphins before release. "One is a little skinny."
This isn't the first time the area has seen dolphin strandings. In 2009, four common dolphins were rescued in the same area.