(ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.) USCG REPORT: The Coast Guard medevaced a man from motor vessel CL Yingdu, approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras on Saturday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.20: Watchstanders from the U.S. Coast Guard Fifth District command center received notification that a man aboard the vessel was suffering from an eye injury and needed medical attention…..

#AceDailyNews reports that the Coast Guard has conducts medevac approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

U.S. Coast Guard sent this bulletin at 07/19/2021 08:20 PM EDTNews Release 

U.S. Coast Guard 5th District Mid-Atlantic
Contact: 5th District Public Affairs
Office: (757) 398-6272
After Hours: (757) 295-8435
5th District online newsroom

PHOTOS AND VIDEO AVAILABLE: Coast Guard conducts medevac approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City conducts a medevac approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, July 19, 2021. The 41-year-old man was transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy video/Released)
Coast Guard hoists injured mariner approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina
An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City conducts a medevac approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, July 19, 2021. The 41-year-old man was transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy video/Released)

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The command center consulted with a U.S. Coast Guard flight surgeon who recommended medical evacuation.

An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter and an HC-130 Hercules aircraft from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City were dispatched. 

The MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew arrived on scene and deployed a rescue swimmer to conduct a hoist and medevac the injured man.

The patient was transferred to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia for treatment. 

“We generally hoist from the back of a vessel but because of a lack of suitable space for hoisting operations we had to hoist from the front, which essentially put the helicopter in a flying position that is unfamiliar to routine operations,” said Lt. j.g. Marissa Bonnefin, the MH-60 Jayhawk copilot. “We receive a variety of training and work alongside members who have valuable experience. As an aircew we were able to implement the training and knowledge that we each have into the evolution to safely conduct the mission.” 

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: July.20: 2021:

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(LONGPORT, N.J.) USCG REPORT: The Coast Guard rescued a kayaker who was in distress off the coast of Longport, New Jersey Thursday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.09: Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay watchstanders received a call from Egg Harbor Township 911 dispatch stating there was a person in the water calling for help in the vicinity of Longport Dog Beach:

Coast Guard rescues kayaker from water off the coast of Longport, N.J. ‘A Coast Guard Station Atlantic City 29-foot Response Boat-Small boatcrew arrived on scene quickly and rescued a man from the water who had been clinging onto a submerged kayak’

U.S. Coast Guard sent this bulletin at 04/08/2021 06:54 PM EDTNews Release

U.S. Coast Guard 5th District Public Affairs North
D5 Public Affairs North, Baltimore, Md
Office: (410) 576-2541 

After Hours: (757) 295-8435
D5 Public Affairs North online newsroom

Photos available: Coast Guard rescues kayaker near Longport, N.J.

Members of Coast Guard Station Atlantic City, New Jersey rescued a kayaker from the water April 08, 2021. Margate City Fire Department crew members arrived on scene and assisted the Coast Guard in placing the kayak in side tow. (U.S. Coast Guard curtesy photo provided by Margate City Fire Department/Released.)
Members of Coast Guard Station Atlantic City, New Jersey rescued a kayaker from the water April 08, 2021. Margate City Fire Department crew members arrived on scene and assisted the Coast Guard in placing the kayak in side tow. (U.S. Coast Guard curtesy photo provided by Margate City Fire Department/Released.)

Margate City Fire Department arrived on scene and assisted the Coast Guard in placing the kayak in side tow.

The Coast Guard boatcrew returned the kayaker to shore where he was met by by local emergency medical services and transferred to Shore Memorial Hospital. 

“The quick response of Station Atlantic City was a vital role in the outcome of this case,” said Petty Officer 1st Class Alexander Castonguay, the Command Duty Officer of Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay Command Center. “Consistent training provides Coast Guard members to be able to respond quickly and efficiently to cases no matter when they occur.” 

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Apr.09: 2021:

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(CAPE CHARLES, Va.) USCG REPORT: The Coast Guard rescued a 57 year-old man who was reportedly suffering mild hypothermia symptoms, after his sailboat was beset by severe weather approximately three miles southwest of Wolf Trap Light in the Chesapeake Bay around noon on Friday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.20: Sector Virginia launched a 45-foot Response Boat – Medium boat crew from Station Cape Charles. The crew navigated five to six foot seas and faced sustained winds of 25 to 30 knots within the Chesapeake Bay:

Coast Guard rescues 57-year old man stranded on sailboat in Chesapeake Bay during severe weather: ‘Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Virginia Command Center received the notification of the distress from the man’s sister at approximately 9:30 a.m., and issued an Urgent Marine Information Broadcast to local mariners’

U.S. Coast Guard sent this bulletin at 03/19/2021 05:26 PM EDTNews Release 

U.S. Coast Guard 5th District Mid-Atlantic
Contact: 5th District Public Affairs
Office: (757) 398-6272
After Hours: (757) 295-8435
5th District online newsroom

Coast Guard rescues 57-year old man stranded on sailboat in Chesapeake Bay during severe weather

Coast Guard Station Cape Charles rescues man from sailboat during severe weather

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The boat crew rescued the mariner from the disabled sailing vessel after arriving on-scene, and transported him to shore where he was treated by York County emergency medical services.

“Today’s case is an example of what can happen in severe weather, but my crew and I were happy to get the mariner to safety,” said Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Manzoline, the coxswain of the response boat that conducted the rescue. “It’s important for people to check the weather before going out and to have the proper safety equipment like life jackets and marine radios and to properly dress for cold water temperatures.

#AceNewsDesk report …….Published: Mar.20: 2021:

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(KODIAK, Alaska.) USCG REPORT: A Coast Guard Station Ketchikan 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew was on scene Friday for a man who became separated from his vessel in Thomas Basin, Ketchikan, Alaska #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.20: Sector Juneau personnel launched a Station Ketchikan 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew. The Ketchikan Police department sent shore personnel to the scene:

Coast Guard on scene with man separated from vessel in Thomas Basin, Alaska: ‘A Coast Guard Sector Juneau Command Center watchstander received notification at approximately 11 a.m. of a person who fell off his skiff and entered the water. The unmanned skiff then ran in circles near him’

U.S. Coast Guard sent this bulletin at 03/19/2021 07:21 PM EDT

News Release

U.S. Coast Guard 17th District Alaska
Contact: 17th District Public Affairs
Office: (907) 487-5700
After Hours: (907) 654-4112
17th District online newsroom

Coast Guard on scene with man separated from vessel in Thomas Basin, Alaska

The Station Ketchikan boat crew arrived on scene at 11:10 a.m. A good Samaritan and the Thomas Basin harbor master had already rescued the person in the water. 

The boat crew remained on scene while the harbor master and the good Samaritan were able to get the unmanned skiff under control and moored to the pier. 

“We are grateful for the good Samaritan, the Thomas Basin harbor master, and the Ketchikan Police Department for their quick and effective response,” said Petty Officer 1st class Jared Buchmiller, the Sector Juneau command duty officer. “When recreational vessel operators are unexpectedly ejected from their vessel, an engine shut off switch can stop the engine to prevent the vessel from colliding with the operator or nearby mariners.” 

On April 1, 2021, the U.S. Coast Guard will implement a law passed by Congress that requires operators of recreational vessels less than 26 feet in length to use an engine cut-off switch (ECOS) and associated ECOS link (ECOSL).

For more information about this new law please see the following link:https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDHSCG/bulletins/2c7a930

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Mar.20: 2021:

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