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Coast Guard Helps Disabled Boat Off Shinnecock Inlet

author on Dec 22, 2010
A commercial fishing boat from Massachusetts broke down in rough seas south of Shinnecock Inlet on Monday and is being towed toward Rhode Island by the U.S. Coast Guard, according... more

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