Sailor Missing for 66 Days Rescued by Coast Guard

Louis Jordan was rescued about 200 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.
1:11 | 04/03/15

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An incredible survival story for a sailor lost at sea for more than two months and he was found alive pulled from his crippled sailboat off the Carolina coast. And isn't unbelievably good shape more never ABC's lot of that. These were Louis Jordan's last moments were lost at sea. A Coast Guard helicopter hoisted him aboard for the final leg of what was very nearly a voyage to the bottom of embassy these were his first steps on Riley and after more than two months. Thursday afternoon the Coast Guard got word from a German flagship they Houston expressed. That they had rescued a man from his sailboat about 200 miles east of Cape Hatteras North Carolina. Captain of the Houston express and Jordan was stranded on the whole of this capsized 35 foot craft the Angel whose mast had snapped in two. Jordan reportedly survived by catching fish he was dehydrated and had a shoulder injury but was said to be otherwise in good shape. Jordan was well enough to speak to his father. Ever heard you fill. Man Nigeria. His family plans a reunion in the hospital just in time to celebrate Easter together. Lana Zack ABC news New York.

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