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Crew member foot severed

MISS AUBREY ANN, a 100-foot offshore supply vessel hailing out of Broussard, LA, contacted the Coast Guard for help, Jan 9, at 4:00 p.m. A crewman had reportedly caught his foot in a line, which severed the foot. MISS AUBREY ANN was about five miles off Louisiana at that time.

The Coast Guard responded with a helicopter medevac, and transported the injured man to Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. The 27-year-old man’s name and current condition have not been released, but he has been reported in stable condition.

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