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Crewman loses finger

On April 10, the crew of 52-foot, Montauk-based F/V SEA SMOKE alerted the Coast Guard that one of their crewmates had severed a finger when he had been working with fishing gear. Located 39 miles southeast of Montauk Point, New York, the Coast Guard air lifted the 23-year-old man for medical care in Greenport, New York, where he was reported to be in stable condition. The man’s name and the details of the incident have not been released.

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