Coast Guard Rescues Crew From Stricken Montauk Fishing Boat - 27 East

Coast Guard Rescues Crew From Stricken Montauk Fishing Boat

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A United States Coast Guard helicopter comes to the aid of the New Age about 25 miles off Fire Island on February 12. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

A United States Coast Guard helicopter comes to the aid of the New Age about 25 miles off Fire Island on February 12. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The New Age as seen from a United States Coast Guard vessel on February 12. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The New Age as seen from a United States Coast Guard vessel on February 12. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The partially submerged New Age as seen from a U.S. Coast Guard rescue helicopter. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The partially submerged New Age as seen from a U.S. Coast Guard rescue helicopter. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The listing New Age, as seen from a U.S. Coast Guard rescue helicopter. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

The listing New Age, as seen from a U.S. Coast Guard rescue helicopter. COURTESY U.S. COAST GUARD

This photo of the New Age steaming up the Hudson River on Thursday, February 13, just a day after its near sinking, was taken by Captain Bob Hallock of the LunaSea II, also out of Montauk, from his room in the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where he was awaiting hip replacement surgery.

This photo of the New Age steaming up the Hudson River on Thursday, February 13, just a day after its near sinking, was taken by Captain Bob Hallock of the LunaSea II, also out of Montauk, from his room in the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where he was awaiting hip replacement surgery.

This photo of the New Age steaming up the Hudson River on Thursday, February 13, just a day after its near sinking, was taken by Captain Bob Hallock of the LunaSea II, also out of Montauk, from his room in the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where he was awaiting hip replacement surgery.

This photo of the New Age steaming up the Hudson River on Thursday, February 13, just a day after its near sinking, was taken by Captain Bob Hallock of the LunaSea II, also out of Montauk, from his room in the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where he was awaiting hip replacement surgery.

authorStaff Writer on Feb 13, 2020
U.S. Coast Guard vessels from stations Sandy Hook and Fire Island, along with a helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod, rescued three crew members from the New Age, a fishing... more

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