Coast Guard rescues four teenagers from the water near Cameron, Louisiana

Coast Guard HC-144 Ocean Sentry file photo by Aux. Michael Dubin

Coast Guard HC-144 Ocean Sentry file photo by Aux. Michael Dubin

HOUSTON — The Coast Guard rescued four teenagers adrift on a surfboard near Cameron, Louisiana, Thursday.

Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston watchstanders received a report from the Cameron Parish Sheriff’s Office of four teenagers on a surfboard who were being swept out to sea approximately 500-yards from shore. A good Samaritan attempted to help but was unable to reach them. Watchstanders issued an urgent marine information broadcast.

Two Coast Guard Station Sabine boat crews and a Coast Guard Air Station Houston MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew were launched. A Coast Guard Air Station Corpus Christi C-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew was diverted and spotted the adrift teenagers once on scene.

The Station Sabine Response boat crews recovered all four teenagers and transferred them to Station Sabine where they were met by family members.

Weather conditions were reported as 15 mph winds with 1-foot seas.

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  1. Joseph says:

    Hey just to let yall know i was one of the people on the surfboad

  2. Joseph says:

    And i would just love to thank yall so much sincerly joseph,ariella,jazmin, and nathan

    And we would like to know the names of the people who saved us so we can thank them