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Coast Guard medevac fisherman 90 nm east of Cape Ann, Mass

Coast Guard medevac fisherman 90 nm east of Cape Ann, Mass
Archive image: A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew prepares to lift and transport a long-range autonomous underwater vehicle, developed by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, into nearby Buzzards Bay for testing, Falmouth, Mass., Thursday, April 15, 2021.
WHOI partnered with the Coast Guard in order to safely deploy the submersible, which is capable of rapid response to an environmental threat and can measure the chemical and physical properties of water in remote and hard-to-reach regions such as an oil spill in ice-covered waters.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Brandon Hillard.

BOSTON — A Coast Guard MH-60T Jayhawk MRR helicopter aircrew medevac an injured fisherman 90 nautical miles east of Cape Ann, Massachusetts, Thursday.

Coast Guard Sector Boston watchstanders received a notification from the fishing vessel Sea Rambler crew, reporting that a crewmember had severely injured their arm in a hatch, and were requesting assistance.

A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod MH-60T Jayhawk Medium-Range Recovery Helicopter crew, and HC-144 Ocean Sentry fixed wing aircraft aircrew launched to scene.

Once in the rescue zone, the MH-60T Jayhawk crew deployed his rescue swimmer who was responsible for safely hoisting the man in a rescue basket. The MH-60T helicopter aircrew headed for land to transfer the fisherman to emergency medical services (EMS) personnel waiting in Mass General Hospital, in Boston, to provide at the injured man medical treatment.​

Air Station Cape Cod MH-60T Jayhawk crew medevac an injured fisherman from the fishing vessel Sea Rambler, 90 nautical miles east of Cape Ann, Massachusetts, Feb. 3, 2022.
The Sea Rambler crew requested Coast Guard assistance after the fisherman severely injured their arm in a hatch aboard the vessel.
U.S. Coast Guard video by Seaman Emma Fliszer.
U.S. Coast Guard Northeast.
Department of Homeland Security.

The fishing vessel Sea Rambler is​ homeported in Portland, Maine.

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