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Medevac from F/V Cape Gregg

A 47-year-old crewman from the fishing vessel Cape Greig was medevaced after suffering possible seizures in Unimak Pass, 80 miles east of Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

The Dolphin crew hoisted the man and transported him to awaiting EMS personnel in Dutch Harbor. EMS transferred him to the Iliuliuk Family and Health Services Clinic to await a Life Med aircraft crew for transport.

Coast Guard command center had received the medevac request from the Cape Greig reporting the man as unconscious and experiencing possible seizures.

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