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The Coast Guard is searching for two men, 50-year-old James Cole and 48-year-old Sheridan “Scott” Stringer, after their 10-foot skiff capsized in Gastineau Channel near Juneau, Tuesday.

The Juneau Police Department received a call at 9pm Tuesday from a man near Aurora Harbor, Juneau, reporting that he heard people screaming for help.

A station Juneau smallboat crew rescued one person found on the hull of the capsized skiff Tuesday at 9:40 p.m. Juneau Police Department personnel reported to the Coast Guard that two other people safely swam ashore. The three survivors reported that two men were still missing.

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A 35-year-old male crewmember suffering from abdominal pain and vomiting was medevaced by Coast Guard helicopter on Sunday morning from the 143-foot fishing vessel American No.1, 230 miles north of Cold Bay.

The Jayhawk helicopter crew hoisted the man and safely transported him to Cold Bay where a LifeMed aircraft crew transported him to Anchorage for further medical care.

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The captain of the 1200-foot Maersk Eindhoven reported a 53-year-old male crewmember was suffering from cardiac issues 600 miles south of Cold Bay. The captain made best course and speed to Cold Bay so a safe medevac could be conducted.

A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew at operating location Cold Bay, Alaska, medevaced the man Thursday evening from themotor vessel Maersk Eindhoven 200 miles south of Cold Bay. The Jayhawk helicopter crew hoisted the man and safely transported him to Cold Bay where a LifeMed aircraft crew transported him to Anchorage, Alaska, for further medical care.

“Coordinating a mission 600 miles offshore is challenging,” said Mr. Bud Holden, District 17 command center watchstander. “Our consistant training, and the communication between the Coast Guard and Maersk Eindhoven crew enabled us to safely get this man the care he needed.”

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A crewman aboard the 154 -foot fishing vessel Defender 260 miles north of Cold Bay was hit in the head by a frozen block. The injuries were severe enough that he was medevaced by Coast Guard helicopter to St Paul and then on to Anchorage for further treatment to his head injuries

The Jayhawk helicopter crew hoisted the man at 10:45 a.m. after the emergency call came in at 5:10 a.m. reporting the 21-year-old male crewmember had been struck in the head by a 37-pound block of frozen fish and sustained head injuries.

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A 42 year old crewman fell 20 feet from a scaffolding resulting in back and hip injuries. Coast Guard medevaced the man from the 655-foot motor vessel Delsa 130 miles southeast from Cold Bay and transported him there and on to Anchorage for further treatment.

On scene a Coast Guard aviation survival technician, and a rescue litter were lowered to the top deck of the Delsa. A narrow staircase led to the cargo hold where they stabilized the man on the rescue litter then had to direct a 150-foot hoist of the litter with crewman aboard from the cargo hold to the helicopter.

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A 38-year-old crewman with burns on legs and arms from boiler steam was medevaced from the cargo vessel Tawa Arrow located 174 miles off the Columbia River entrance, Saturday.

A Coast Guard helicopter safely hoisted the injured crewman and transported him to Life Flight Network personnel for transportation to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland.

The injured man had received antibiotics and pain medication plus the helicopter had a Life Flight Network nurse aboard to assist with patient care.

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Coast Guard safely medevaced a man suffering a broken arm from the Chinese research vessel Xue Long, 15 nautical miles from Nome, Alaska, Saturday morning. The smallboat crew transferred the man to the Cutter Alex Haley for transport to Nome.

Coast Guard received a relay notification from a Coast Guard liaison to China who reported a Chinese national aboard the Xue Long suffered a broken arm while conducting research in the Arctic Ocean. Watchstanders directed the Xue Long to travel 15 miles offshore from Nome, where the Coast Guard conducted the medevac.

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The crew of the 58ft F/V Car Tanya reported to the Coast Guard that the vessel was taking on water and losing power about 13 miles from Coos Bay.

The Coast Guard delivered a de-watering pump and provided escort until the vessel lost power. The Coast Guard crew successfully dewatered and then towed the 58-foot fishing vessel to the bar and there requested another Station Coos Bay vessel bring a second dewatering pump.

During the tow, the Car Tanya radio failed and the Coast Guard crew provided a handheld radio.

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The crew of the fishing vessel Tsimshain Lady is safe after the vessel began taking on water near Tamgas Harbor, Alaska, Wednesday.

A Coast Guard small-boat crew provided a dewatering pump and tied the fishing vessel alongside the cutter until it could be transferred to a Ketchikan Response Boat. The Coast Guard crew then towed the fishing vessel to Tamgas Harbor.

The crew of the fishing vessel Huntress originally heard the distress call on VHF channel 83 and relayed it to the Coast Guard.

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A crewman was helicoptered from the fishing vessel Cape Greig 154 miles east of Kodiak, Tuesday. The Coast Guard crew safely hoisted the ailing crewman and transferred him to awaiting emergency medical personnel in Kodiak.

Coast Guard in Juneau received notification the 50-year-old crewman was experiencing symptoms of appendicitis.

Weather on the scene was mild, 17-mph winds with 8-foot seas