Coast Guard ends search for migrants of capsized vessel off the British Virgin Islands

Coast Guard ends search for migrants of capsized vessel off the British Virgin Islands
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Coast Guard rescue crews ended a four-day search Saturday for possible survivors of a migrant vessel, which reportedly capsized sometime between the night of July 9, 2016 and Monday morning in waters between the British Virgin Islands and the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten. Search efforts by rescue crews yielded no signs of additional survivors. “Our thoughts and prayers...

Coast Guard suspends search for missing cruise ship Carnival Fascination passenger

Coast Guard suspends search for missing cruise ship Carnival Fascination passenger
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Coast Guard has suspended the search for the missing Carnival Fascination cruise ship passenger, Wednesday afternoon. Search crews completed 24 search patterns covering 2,375 square miles over a 35 hour period. Army Sgt. Ronald Kemp, 31, assigned to Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield in Fort Stewart, Ga., was reported overboard from the Carnival cruise ship Fascination...

Search continues for missing Carnival cruise ship Fascination passenger

Search continues for missing Carnival cruise ship Fascination passenger
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – U.S. Coast Guard boat and air crews continue to search Wednesday for the man who was reported overboard from the Carnival cruise ship Fascination Tuesday morning about 25 miles off New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Missing is Army Sgt. Ronald Kemp, 31, assigned to Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield in Fort Stewart, Ga. Currently searching for Kemp are: the 210-foot Coast Guard Cutter Resolute...

Overdue boater located safely in Bahamas, Coast Guard ends search

MIAMI — The Coast Guard ended its search Monday evening for an overdue boater between Fort Pierce, Fla., and the Bahamas after receiving notification he was located safely by a good Samaritan.

Coast Guard Station Port Canaveral reports 1 H1N1 case

PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – Coast Guard Station Port Canaveral has one case of the H1N1 virus Wednesday afternoon. A petty officer was diagnosed with H1N1 after being tested by medical officials at Patrick Air Force Base in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Monday morning. Test results can take up to three days to be received.