BREAKING: Fisherman John Aldridge, a crewmember of the F/V Anna Mary has been rescued.

uscg-logoCoast Guard Station Montauk confirms John Aldridge has been rescued and being transported to Station Cape Cod. Petty Officer Jetta Disco, a Coast Guard spokesperson, said Aldridge was found 43 miles south of Montauk Point. His boat was five miles off of Montauk Point. Aldridge is being treated for exposure, hypothermia and dehydration. The Coast Guard was assisted by a large contingency of commercial fishing vessel’s.

Here’s the “Official” rundown. John Aldridge, a crewmember of the commercial fishing vessel Anna Mary, was found after going overboard. from uscgnews

Today was your lucky day John. I’m happy for you, and relieved for your loved ones. Best wishes in your new life that started with the helicopter lift!

 

2 Responses to BREAKING: Fisherman John Aldridge, a crewmember of the F/V Anna Mary has been rescued.

  1. Ed Everich says:

    We were dragging of the south shore of RI when we heard the call on 16. I came in early and went on line at home to follow the search effort. I checked later in the afternoon and found out that he had been rescued…. such a wonderful feeling for John, his family and the Coast Guard and all the others that participated in the search.
    Once again a life is saved, a prayer is answered. Thanks to all, its a comfort to know that the men and women of the Coast Guard are Semper Paratus !!

  2. Tracey says:

    Is he single?

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