Coast Guard Releases Video of 46-Person Bering Sea Rescue

The U.S. Coast Guard released video this morning of the rescue of several dozen crew members from a capsizing fishing vessel located almost 700 miles from Alaskan shores.
0:22 | 07/27/16

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Video overnight of a dramatic rescue at sea off Alaska. The Coast Guard responding after this fishing vessel with 46 crew members started taking on water before eventually thinking. This all happened in a remote area of the Bering Sea the crew abandon ship got into their life rafts and then waited for help. Thankfully good samaritans on two nearby ships helped bring the crew to the nearest island.

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