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Coast Guard Medevacs crewman from fishing vessel in Prince William Sound

Coast Guard Station Valdez crew members medevaced an 18-year-old male, suffering from a hand injury, from the fishing vessel Pacific Harvester in Prince William Sound, Thursday evening. The station’s crew, including an emergency trauma technician, treated the man’s hand while in transit to a Valdez pier where he was transferred to awaiting emergency medical service personnel for higher care. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Anchorage command center received a report from the master of the Pacific Harvester requesting a medevac for the crewmember who was suffering from a hand injury and displaying signs of shock.  >click to read<16:25

Coast Guard chopper from Oregon aids CA fisherman

A Coast Guard helicopter crew from North Bend on the southern Oregon coast has flown an ailing crewman from a commercial fishing vessel 30 miles off northern California to waiting medics in Crescent City, California. Petty Officer 3rd Class Katelyn Shearer in Seattle says the whole operation took about three hours Tuesday evening from the time the parent company of the 344-foot fishing vessel called a Coast Guard command center in Alameda, California, just before 5 p.m. Read the rest here, and here 09:27

Coast Guard medevacs crewman from F/V Poncho 60 miles south of Intracoastal City

450x335_q75 ponchoNEW ORLEANS — A Coast Guard aircrew medevaced a 45-year-old crewman from a 100-foot shrimper approximately 60 miles south of Intracoastal City in the Gulf of Mexico, Thursday. [email protected]