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Dragger Sinks off Shinnecock Inlet

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The Kary Ann was towed to a spot off of Road I in Shinnecock Bay. Salvage operations were to begin on October 18, said the Coast Guard. TOM GOGOLA

The Kary Ann was towed to a spot off of Road I in Shinnecock Bay. Salvage operations were to begin on October 18, said the Coast Guard. TOM GOGOLA

By the afternoon of Friday, October 13, the vessel was being towed about a half-mile off Ponquogue Beach Pavilion after sinking the day before. TOM GOGOLA

By the afternoon of Friday, October 13, the vessel was being towed about a half-mile off Ponquogue Beach Pavilion after sinking the day before. TOM GOGOLA

By the evening of Friday the 13th, the Kary Ann had been towed back into Shinnecock Bay. TOM GOGOLA

By the evening of Friday the 13th, the Kary Ann had been towed back into Shinnecock Bay. TOM GOGOLA

The Kary Ann sits half-submerged in Shinnecock Bay on the morning of October 14 as a recovery vessel arrives. TOM GOGOLA

The Kary Ann sits half-submerged in Shinnecock Bay on the morning of October 14 as a recovery vessel arrives. TOM GOGOLA

An inflatable life-raft is removed from the Kary Ann on October 14 while it sits half-submerged in Shinnecock Bay. TOM GOGOLA

An inflatable life-raft is removed from the Kary Ann on October 14 while it sits half-submerged in Shinnecock Bay. TOM GOGOLA

The commercial fishing vessel Kary Ann sank off Shinnecock Inlet on October 12 after suffering catastrophic flooding. Three crewmen aboard were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard.

The commercial fishing vessel Kary Ann sank off Shinnecock Inlet on October 12 after suffering catastrophic flooding. Three crewmen aboard were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Tom Gogola on Oct 18, 2023
Three commercial fishermen were rescued from the waters off Hampton Bays on the afternoon of October 12 after the 41-foot trawler they were aboard began rapidly taking on water and... more

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