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Head Injured Crewman Rescued

On August 14, the Coast Guard received a call from the crew of 54-foot purse seiner BEVERLY ANN based in Cordova, Alaska, that a 22 year old crewman had suffered a blow to the head from deck equipment about fifty miles southeast of Seward, Alaska. According to reports, the Coast Guard rescued the injured man from where he waited on a nearby beach and took him to Anchorage for emergency medical attention. His name has not been released.

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