I've been getting TONS of contacts from news stations across the country so here we go: any news agencies that want to use this may do so as they wish but may not do so for any monetary compensation without my written consent. The only caveat is that on the ticker on the bottom it should read "video courtesy of Basin Tackle Charleston on Facebook".The heroes here are the Hauser and North Bay Fire Departments, now get out there and spread the good news!

Δημοσιεύτηκε από Basin Tackle Charleston στις Τρίτη, 14 Ιανουαρίου 2020

A US Coast Guard Sector North Bend helicopter aircrew noticed the capsized fishing vessel, reporting it to the USCG Sector North Bend Command Center.

After that, USCG received an EPIRB transmission that had automatically activated when the transmitter was submerged in water. The transmission was registered to the 38-foot crab fishing vessel Pacific Miner.

As a result, the USCG deployed two motor lifeboats, while firefighting units from the North Bay Fire District and Hauser Fire also responded to the scene, helping with the search.

During the search, firefighters heard yelling from within the wreckage of the boat, and they found the crew of three.

They then cut the boat's hull, rescuing the crew, all of whom were safe. They were later transported to the hospital.