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F/V TRAILBLAZER Crewman Med-Evaced

A crew member’s hand having been crushed in a crab pot launcher, crew-mates from the 120-foot fishing vessel TRAILBLAZER called the Alaska Coast Guard on Thursday, December 11, 2014 to report that immediate medical care was needed.

The Coast Guard duty flight surgeon recommended a medevac, and a Kodiak Jayhawk helicopter crew flew to the vessel located approximately 75 miles north of Cold Bay. They med-evaced the 23-year old crewman to Anna Livingston Memorial Clinic in Cold Bay for further medical assistance.

Weather on scene was reported as 17-mph winds, 10 miles visibility and 37 degrees temperature.

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