Coast Guard responds to second plane crash in one day

BOSTON — The Coast Guard is responding to a crash of a seaplane in the west end of Cape Cod Canal near the entrance to Buttermilk Bay, Mass., Aug. 2, 2010.

Coast Guard Responds To Boat Sinking Near Plymouth Harbor

BOSTON- Several Coast Guard rescue crews and the Plymouth Harbor Master responded to a Mayday call from a boat taking on water with two people on board about two miles east of Plymouth Harbor, Mass., at 11:22 p.m., Tuesday.

Coast Guard responds to a vessel grounding

BARNSTABLE, Mass. – The Coast Guard is responding to a 40-foot vessel that ran aground on a jetty in Sesuit Harbor in Cape Cod Bay near Barnstable, Mass. Sunday.

Coast Guard rescues fishermen in Cape Cod Bay

BOSTON — Two fishermen that went missing about eight miles east of the Cape Cod Canal in Cape Cod Bay, Mass., are safe after being rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter crew around 9 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009.

Coast Guard searching for two missing boaters

BOSTON — The Coast Guard is searching for two boaters after the pair reported they were taking on water about eight miles east of the entrance to the Cape Cod Canal in Cape Cod Bay, Mass.

Windsurfer safe after fighting strong winds and heavy seas

BOSTON – The Coast Guard responded to a report that a man became separated from his windsurfing craft today near Barnstable, Mass. Coast Guard Station Cape Cod Canal, Air Station Cape Cod, and the Barnstable Fire Department launched rescue assets to the scene, and the fire department pulled the man to safety. The man, who reportedly suffered no serious injuries, was taken to Barnstable Harbor,...

Coast Guard pulls three teenagers from water – includes video

BOSTON – The Coast Guard rescued three teenagers today after they drifted from their boat near Barnstable, Mass. The two girls and one boy jumped from their boat to swim, but then got caught in a current. One of the girl’s father, the operator of the boat, jumped in after them with lifejackets when he realized they were in distress. The man’s other daughter was still aboard and called...

Coast Guard responds to fire aboard Plymouth charter boat

BOSTON (D1 Public Affairs) – Five Coast Guard boats responded when a charter whale-watching vessel carrying 36 people reported an engine fire while they were six miles off Gurnet Lighthouse in Plymouth, Mass., about 8:30 a.m., today. The 77-foot Capt. John & Son is no longer on fire and the smoke had dissipated. There are no reports of injuries, and the boat does not appear to be taking on...