Federal, State and local agencies searching for missing man

11th Coast Guard District NewsALAMEDA, Calif. — Federal, state and local agenices are searching for a man who jumped into the water near the Fort Mason Pier in San Francisco at approximately 10 p.m., Wednesday.

The man was witnessed jumping into the water after finishing a cell phone call that included an aggravated conversation. The person who entered the water was reportedly a white male, middle-aged, curly hair and wearing a white t-shirt and grey sweatshirt. A work party setting up for an event scheduled for today reported the incident to the authorities.

The Coast Guard currently has rescue crews from Coast Guard Station Golden Gate, Station San Francisco and Air Station San Francisco on scene and searching. The National Park Service has six officers searching shore side. The San Francisco Police and Fire Departments each have a boat crew searching as well. The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Tern, an 87-foot patrol boat, is scheduled to join the search at 2 a.m., and relieve the Coast Guard boat crews from Station Golden Gate and Station San Francisco.

Search and rescue coordinators at the Interagency Operations Center on Yerba Buena Island are requesting the publics help in gathering amplfying information and identifying the missing man. If you have any information concerning this case you are requested to call the Coast Guard at (415) 399-3451.

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