F/V BLUE WATER TOO, Oregon based, experienced a medical emergency when a 64-year-old crewmember was having chest pains. Following a call for assistance in during the afternoon of February 13, the vessel was about two nautical miles off the mouth of Tillimook Bay, a Coast Guard motor lifeboat to transported the crewman for emergency medical care. His condition was listed as stable.
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