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A crewman aboard the Island Enterprise suffered a severe injury to his index finger. The Coast Guard duty flight surgeon recommended a medevac as the injury was deemed potentially limb threatening.

An aviation crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Sherman medevaced a 33-year-old man from the fishing vessel Thursday morning approximately 152 miles north of Dutch Harbor. The man was hoisted safely in 35-mph winds, 8 to 10-foot seas, and transported to EMS in Dutch Harbor.

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The Coast Guard is responding to a grounded tanker, the Argent Cosmos, a 557-foot Panamanian-flagged tanker loaded with 1.63 million gallons of ethanol and 6.65 million gallons of monoethylene glycol. It also has 458,074 gallons of high-sulfur oil and 99,064 gallons of low-sulfur oil aboard. The vessel was outbound after finishing a port call at Longview, Washington. Two tugs are on scene in the vicinity of Skamokawa, Washington to assist as the water rises with the incoming tide.

Apparently the Argent Cosmos lost the use of a fuel pump and ran aground at 6:28 a.m. Thursday.

A boat crew aboard a 29-foot Response Boat-Small II from Station Cape Disappointment is en route to the vessel with a Sector Columbia River inspections team.

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Pararescuemen, from the CGC Sherman, are attempting to access the capsized Miss Destinee to search for the missing people while other responders continue to search surrounding waters.

The crew of tug St. Michael, Coast Guard, and Alaska Air National Guard continue to search Friday for one male and one female missing from the fishing vessel Miss Destinee that capsized in Marmot Bay.

Coast Guard Dolphin and Jayhawk helicopter crews, a Coast Guard Aids to Navigation Team Kodiak boat crew, the crews of the Coast Guard Cutters Sherman and Chandeleur, nine para-rescuemen from the AK ANG 212th Rescue Squadron and the crew of tug St. Michael searched throughout Thursday night near the location of the Miss Destinee, 23 miles north of Air Station Kodiak.

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Coast Guard crews and a good Samaritan vessel crew are searching Thursday for one male and one female missing from the fishing vessel Miss Destinee that capsized in Marmot Bay.

Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak Dolphin and Jayhawk helicopter crews, a Coast Guard Aids to Navigation Team Kodiak boatcrew and the crew of the good Samaritan vessel are searching near the location of the Miss Destinee, 23 miles north of Air Station Kodiak. The good Samaritan crew recovered two people aboard the Miss Destinee. One of the two was the master of the Miss Destinee, who confirmed there were two other people missing after a large wave capsized the vessel. The Good Samaritan crew recovered the Master and his crewman from the Miss Destinee.

A mayday transmission was received over VHF-FM channel 16 from the good Samaritan at approximately 7:30 a.m., Thursday.

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Two mariners were successfully rescued from a vessel taking on water 30 miles west of Grays Harbor, Washington, Wednesday afternoon. They were transported by a Coast Guard aircrew to Air Station Astoria around 5:40 p.m.

The request for assistance came in at 2:10 p.m. from the owner of the vessel Le Enterprise, an 87-foot yacht, reportedly taking on water.
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A Coast Guard helicopter crew medevaced an 81-year-old female passenger with a head injury from the 112-foot cruise ship Island Spirit, in the vicinity of Stephens Passage, Alaska, Friday night.

The Jayhawk crew hoisted the woman and transported her to awaiting EMS personnel in Juneau.

The Island Spirit crew requested a medevac reporting the woman had fallen, severely injuring her head. Watchstanders consulted the duty flight surgeon and requested the launch of the Jayhawk crew.

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A Coast Guard crew rescued two people and four dogs on a 26 ft pleasure vessel taking on water 1.5 miles east of Point No Point in Puget Sound, about 9:30 pm Tuesday night.

The Coast Guard RBM arrived on scene about 9:20 pm. In calm conditions. A Coast Guard Crewman plugged a hole in the stern of the vessel and used a dewatering pump to remove 2ft of water to stabilize the situation before the rescue crew towed the boat, people and pets to Edmonds Marina.

The crew of the Victoria Clipper, a catamaran-style passenger vessel was in the area and stood by with the pleasure craft in case of a abandon ship situation.

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Coast Guard helicopter, Alaska State Trooper crews and local volunteers are searching for Peter and Justin Nanouk, father and son ages 55 and 35, near St. Michael, in calm weather on Tuesday.

The Nanouk’s boat, Baywolf, is a 22-foot aluminum open-top ocean boat. The father and son left Unalakleet, Saturday morning for a fishing trip to St. Michael.

Watchstanders at the 17th Coast Guard District received a request for assistance from Alaska State Troopers, Tuesday.

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The Coast Guard suspended the search for two missing boaters near Wales, Tuesday morning.

Multiple aircrews from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, crews from the village volunteer search and rescue group and the crew of the Sikuliaq, a good Samaritan research vessel, searched more than 32 hours along the shoreline and near Wales for the missing 23 and 14-year-old males. Weather on scene was 33 degrees and 2-4-foot seas with 25-mph winds, light rain, mist and fog

Watchstanders at the 17th Coast Guard District command center received a request for assistance from the village of Wales reporting the subjects were underway with no life jackets or survival equipment and were heard yelling for help at approximately 2:30 a.m. Watchstanders issued an Urgent Marine Information Broadcast and requested the launch of the aircrews.

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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.