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Coast Guard rescue 5 sailors 195 nm of Mobile, Alabama

NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard rescue five sailors from a disabled sailing vessel Friday 195 nautical miles southeast of Mobile, Alabama. Coast Guard District Eight watchstanders received a distress call at 1 p.m. from the 36-foot recreational sailing vessel Madam X with a broken mast and five people aboard. Watchstanders coordinated the launch of Leer másCoast Guard rescue 5 sailors 195 nm of Mobile, Alabama[…]

Coast Guard conducts overflights along the Gulf Coast​ after Hurricane Ida

NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard aircrews are conducting critical overflights along the Gulf Coast Region of Louisiana following Hurricane Ida. These critical overflights post-storm are divided in search and rescue (SAR) missions and assessing for damage. The Coast Guard aircrews conducts these missions from today Monday. The USCG has brought to bear more than Leer másCoast Guard conducts overflights along the Gulf Coast​ after Hurricane Ida[…]

Coast Guard rescue 5 from burning vessel, Nobska, 85 nm E of Cape Cod

BOSTON — The Coast Guard aircrews rescue five mariners from a vessel fire, Nobska, 85 nautical miles east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Friday. At approximately 5 p.m. the Coast Guard First District watchstanders received an EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) notification from the 100-foot trawler Nobska.​ A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod MH60T Leer másCoast Guard rescue 5 from burning vessel, Nobska, 85 nm E of Cape Cod[…]

Coast Guard HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew medevac man from Bahamas

MIAMI — A U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Miami HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew medevac a 61-year-old man, Friday, from Andros Town, Bahamas. The HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew embarked the man from the Atlantic Underseas Test and Evaluation Center, Bahamas, and safely transferred him to a Miami-Dade Fire Rescue ambulance crew who drove him to Jackson Leer másCoast Guard HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew medevac man from Bahamas[…]

Coast Guard rescue crews assists fishing vessel 80 miles off Key West

MIAMI — Coast Guard rescue crews assisted the 40-foot fishing vessel Santa Maria, Thursday, after the crew launched two flares signaling their distress approximately 80 miles southwest of Key West.​ A nearby good​ Samaritan saw the flares and reported to Coast Guard Sector Key West watchstanders the Santa Maria crew’s distress. The good Samaritan stayed Leer másCoast Guard rescue crews assists fishing vessel 80 miles off Key West[…]

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