U. S., Canadian coast guards assist disabled vessel near Dundas, Island Canada

U. S., Canadian coast guards assist disabled vessel near Dundas, Island Canada
Coast Guard Cutter John McCormick preparing to take a disabled vessel in tow, August 2, 2020. JUNEAU, Alaska – The Canadian and U. S. coast guards assisted a disabled vessel near Dundas Island Canada, Sunday. The 40-foot recreational vessel Pamala Lynn, with one person and one dog aboard was safely towed into Ketchikan. The owner and dog were reported to be in stable condition upon arrival. Canadian...

Coast Guard, emergency responders, to conduct international mass rescue exercise in Port Angeles, Wash.

Coast Guard, emergency responders, to conduct international mass rescue exercise in Port Angeles, Wash.
SEATTLE — The Coast Guard and emergency response organizations are teaming up with members from 14 agencies to conduct a full-scale international maritime mass-rescue exercise in U.S. waters near Ediz Hook Light with a triage staging area at Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles Tuesday. The joint exercise is designed to better understand each agency’s capabilities and concerns...

Coast Guard recovers boat of missing Canadian off Washington coast

Coast Guard recovers boat of missing Canadian off Washington coast
SEATTLE — A boatcrew from Coast Guard Station Grays Harbor in Westport, Washington, recovered an unmanned boat about five miles northwest of Ocean Shores, Washington, Thursday. The 16-foot non-motorized boat is believed to be that of Paul Clark, a 69-year-old Canadian citizen who left Prince Rupert, British Columbia, earlier this month on a solo sailing trip to Port Hardy, British Columbia. Clark...