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Crewman Airlifted After Electric Shock

Seattle-based, 145-foot F/V CAPE HORN crewmembers called the Coast Guard for help early the morning of June 8, after a crewmate, who had been working on the electrical switchboard, apparently sustained a 480V electrical shock with cardiac complications.
A Coast Guard helicopter reached CAPE HORN and successfully medevaced the man to Dillingham, 172 miles away, for medical care.

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