Recent Coast Guard responses from the Northeast
Rogue wave rescue
Station Southwest Harbor, Maine
The Coast Guard saved two lives and searched for a third victim in a sea rescue after victims were swept into the water by a rogue wave off Acadia National Park in Maine.
Recent Coast Guard responses from around the nation
SINKING 40-FOOTER — The Coast Guard rescued two people aboard a 40-foot boat that ran aground Sept. 7 and was taking on water near Little Egg Inlet, N.J.The Coast Guard received a call from TowBoatU.S., reporting the incident. A rescue helicopter crew from CoastGuard Air Station Atlantic City (N.J.) arrived on the scene and hoisted the two people who were transported to the air station where they were then transferred to awaiting medical personnel.
Recent Coast Guard responses from across the nationTall ship freed
Station Woods Hole, Mass.
The 118-foot tall ship Unicorn and 16 women aboard the ship are safe after the vessel ran aground on rocks in Great Harbor near Woods Hole, Mass. The tall ship is back, safely anchored in Vineyard Haven, Mass., after the commercial tug Jaguar freed it from the rocks and towed it.
Recent responses from New England and the Mid-Atlantic
Coast Guard responds to helicopter crash
Station Rockland, Maine
The Coast Guard responded to a helicopter crash near Little Deer Island in Penobscot Bay, Maine.
Recent responses from around the nation
Angler bitten by shark
Air Station New Orleans
The Coast Guard medevaced a 56-year-old man who was bitten by a shark while fishing near Breton Island about 65 miles southeast of New Orleans in Breton Sound.
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