The US Coast Guard and multiple good Samaritan vessels rescued six people from a capsized commercial vessel on April 13, and are now searching for more 8 miles south of Port Fourchon.
ore specifically, US Coast Guard watchstanders received an emergency position indicating radio beacon notification of a distressed 129-foot commercial lift vessel.
The watchstanders issued an urgent marine information broadcast, which multiple good Samaritan boatcrews responded to.
The crew of a 154-foot Fast Response Cutter arrived on scene within 30 minutes and rescued one person from the capsized vessel.
Later, a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium boatcrew from Coast Guard Station Grand Isle rescued another person and good Samaritan vessels on scene rescued four other people from the water.
According to information, the Seacor Power toppled over in stormy weather conditions. Seacor Marine informed that there were 18 crew on the ship when it capsized.