Coast Guard assists fishing vessel crew in Grays Harbor, Wash.

SEATTLE – The Coast Guard assisted the 48-foot fishing vessel JB which ran aground on the south jetty at Grays Harbor, Wash., at 1:45 a.m., Monday. Coast Guard Sector Columbia River received the distress call and coordinated the deployment of a Station Grays Harbor 25-foot response boat and 47-foot motor lifeboat crews, and an Air Station Astoria MH60 Jayhawk helicopter crew. The Station Grays...

Coast Guard searching for boater from overturned vessel in Willapa Bay, Wash.

USCG file photoASTORIA, Ore. — The Coast Guard is searching for a boater after their vessel was reported overturned in Willapa Bay, Wash., just south of Grays Harbor, Wash., Saturday. Pacific County 911 dispatch received a call from one of two boaters at approximately 11 a.m., reporting that their vessel had overturned and both men were in the water without lifejackets. Coast Guard Air Station Astoria,...

Coast Guard Station Grays Harbor Rescues Four from Jetty

ASTORIA, Ore. — The Coast Guard rescued four people from a jetty after their boat ran aground at Grays Harbor, Wash., Saturday.

Coast Guard evacuates man from charter boat

ASTORIA, Ore. – The Coast Guard medically evacuated a 70-year-old man from a charter boat five miles off Copalis Beach, Wash., near Grays Harbor, Wash. today.

Coast Guard award for heroic civilian action to be presented in Westport

SEATTLE – The Coast Guard will present a Meritorious Public Service Award to Matt Loughran, of Westport, Wash., Thursday, for his performance rescuing a young man at the Westport Jetty.

Coast Guard responds to grounded vessel in Grays Harbor

SEATTLE — The Coast Guard responded to a vessel grounded near the east end of the north jetty at Grays Harbor, Wash., Monday.

Coast Guard responds to vessel fire off Wallapa Bay

SEATTLE – Coast Guard crews responded to a boat fire approximately 40 miles from the coast of Wallapa Bay, Wash., Monday.

Coast Guard assists vessel taking on water

SEATTLE – Five people were transported from the 58-foot fishing vessel Miss Michelle to Westport, Wash., by a 41-foot motor lifeboat crew from Coast Guard Station Grays Harbor Monday. One person was transported to Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, Wash. A Coast Guard incident management team from Portland, Ore., is on-scene in Grays Harbor, along with a Washington Department of Ecology...

Coast Guard assists vessel taking on water

SEATTLE – The Coast Guard and Washington Department of Ecology (DOE) are responding to the report of a 58-foot fishing vessel taking on water near Grays Harbor, Wash., Monday. At 6:45 a.m., Coast Guard Group/Air Astoria received a call from the fishing vessel Miss Michelle on VHF channel 16 reporting that the vessel was sinking and that the five people aboard abandoned ship to the vessel’s...