U.S. Coast Guard Station Marine Safety Detachment Responds to Vessel Fire That Sends Four to Hospital

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U.S. Coast Guard personnel from Station Port Canaveral was on the scene of vessel fire. According to U.S. Coast Guard officials, good samaritan rescued everyone on board. “The vessel has sunk 500 yards outside the channel with no sheen currently visible,” said USCG officials. U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment from Port Canaveral was notified and responded to the incident. (USCG image)

U.S. COAST GUARD STATION • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – U.S. Coast Guard personnel from Station Port Canaveral was on the scene of vessel fire that sent four people to the hospital on Sunday afternoon.

According to U.S. Coast Guard officials, good samaritan rescued the eight people on board the burning vessel.

“The vessel has sunk 500 yards outside the channel with no sheen currently visible,” said USCG officials.

The U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment from Port Canaveral was notified and responded to the incident, along with units of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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