Moment injured men are winched from a boat after explosion



Coastguard helicopter plucks two injured seamen from stricken ship off Cornwall after explosion on board
Gas canister exploded on dredging boat south of Dodman Point in Cornwall
Royal Navy, RNLI and Coastguard scrambled to deal with incident this afternoon
Injured pair evacuated to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, Devon; their condition is not yet known

Two people have been injured after a gas canister exploded on a dredging boat two miles off the south-west coast.
The Royal Navy, RNLI and coastguard were scrambled to deal with the incident south of Dodman Point in Cornwall.
The RNLI all-weather lifeboat was launched at around 1pm this afternoon and is at the scene.

It is evacuating the casualties to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, Devon, with the assistance of the coastguard helicopter.
The condition of the injured pair is not yet known.
A compressed air cylinder is believed to have been responsible for the blast.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has said: ‘UK Coastguard is currently responding to reports of a vessel explosion two nautical miles south of Dodman Point, Cornwall.

‘Just before 1pm today, UK Coastguard received a call from a dredging vessel reporting that they’d had an explosion on board.
‘The Newquay Coastguard helicopter and the Falmouth RNLI Lifeboat are currently on the scene evacuating the casualties to Derriford Hospital.
‘A Royal Navy Fleet Auxiliary ship and a Fishery Protection vessel are also on scene assisting.’
Dodman’s Point lies near Mevagissey, between the Polperro and Roseland Heritage Coast areas in Cornwall.

Two people have been injured after a gas canister exploded on a dredging boat (pictured) two miles off the south-west coast today. Above, the Coastguard at the scene, south of Dodman Point in Cornwall

The two casualties are being evacuated to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, Devon. The condition of the injured pair is not yet known

The Royal Navy and RNLI were also scrambled to deal with the incident this afternoon

Dodman¿s Point lies near Mevagissey, between the Polperro and Roseland Heritage Coast areas in Cornwall. Above, the Coastguard at the scene

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Boat Crash: 48 Saved After Rock Smash



The Lady Helen sent out a mayday call just before 1pm saying it had run aground on the Welsh island and was taking on water.

Milford Haven coastguard said it launched a massive rescue operation including local lifeboats, a police boat and an RAF rescue helicopter from north Devon.

But all the 48 passengers and crew were rescued safely by other vessels in the area who had been alerted to the sinking ship.

There were no reported injuries to passengers or crew, a Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokesman said.

A number of children were reported to have been on board.

A coastguard spokesman said: “At 12.55pm today Milford Haven Coastguard received a mayday call from the passenger vessel Lady Helen, with 48 people on board reporting that they had run aground near Skomer Island and were taking in water.

“Milford Haven Coastguard contacted other vessels in the area by radio and requested Angle and St Davids RNLI lifeboats to attend and the rescue helicopter from RAF Chivenor.

Coast Guard Investigates Wrecked El Faro Life Boat – Actual Footage



SS El Faro was a United States-flagged, combination roll-on/roll-off and lift-on/lift-off cargo ship crewed by U.S. Merchant Mariners. Built in 1975 by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. as Puerto Rico, the vessel was renamed Northern Lights in 1991, and finally, El Faro in 2006. She was lost at sea with all hands on October 1, 2015, after losing propulsion near the eyewall of Hurricane Joaquin.

El Faro departed Jacksonville, Florida, bound for Puerto Rico on the early morning of September 30, 2015, when then-Tropical Storm Joaquin was several hundred miles to the east. The following morning, after Joaquin had become a Category 3 hurricane, the vessel likely encountered swells of 20 to 40 ft (6 to 12 m) and winds over 80 kn (150 km/h; 92 mph) as it sailed near the storm’s eye. Around 7:30 a.m. on October 1, the ship had taken on water and was listing 15 degrees. The last report from the captain, however, indicated that the crew had contained the flooding. Shortly thereafter, El Faro ceased all communications with shore.

On October 2, the forty-year-old ship was declared missing, and an extensive search operation was launched by the United States Coast Guard, with help from the Air Force, Air National Guard, and Navy. They recovered debris, a damaged lifeboat, and an unidentifiable body. El Faro was declared sunk on October 5. The search was called off at sunset on October 7, by which time more than 183,000 sq nmi (630,000 km2; 242,000 sq mi) had been covered by aircraft and ships. This segment of video captures events as they unfolded when the Coast Guard located one of El Faro’s life boats.

Soon after this occurred the Navy sent the USNS Apache to conduct an underwater search for El Faro. The Apache identified a vessel on October 31, 2015 “consistent with [the El Faro] cargo ship…in an upright position and in one piece.” The next day, November 1, 2015, the Navy announced a submersible had returned images that identified the wreck as the El Faro.

You can view a 49 minute video showing excerpts from the El Faro submersible search and survey here:

Cornwall coastguard rescue two from boat after explosion



Coastguard helicopter plucks two injured seamen from stricken ship off Cornwall after explosion on board.
Two people have been injured after a gas canister exploded on a dredging boat two miles off the south-west coast.

The Royal Navy, RNLI and coastguard were scrambled to deal with the incident south of Dodman Point in Cornwall.

The RNLI all-weather lifeboat was launched at around 1pm this afternoon and is at the scene.

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A Coast Guard Station Menemsha 29-foot response boat crew rescued a sea turtle tangled in a lobster pot off Cuttyhunk Island, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. The sea turtle swam away when it was freed.

(U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Joseph Queen)

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Civil Air Patrol in cooperation with the Air National Guard doing an aerial survey over northern Puerto Rico today. structural, electrical, and water damage to the Municipality of Guaynabo. A Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Air Station Clearwater, Florida, and a British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Mounts Bay rescue helicopter crew coordinate the rescue of an adult female and two children from the vessel Ferrel near Vieques, Puerto Rico, Sept. 21, 2017.

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Child Dies as Migrant Boat Sinks off Greece



Child Dies as Migrant Boat Sinks off Greece
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ATHENS – A nine-year-old girl died on Thursday and 25 other people were rescued after a boat carrying migrants capsized off the coast of Greece, the Greek coastguard said.

A search was under way to locate more migrants who may have been on the small inflatable boat, which had left from Turkey and sank off the Greek island of Kastelorizo in the southeastern Aegean Sea. The girl was pulled from the sea by a patrol boat of the EU’s border force agency Frontex but died in hospital in Kastelorizo, the coastguard.

Twenty of the 25 people rescued were picked up on the rocky coast of the island, which they had managed to swim to.

No details were released on the nationalities of those on board. In 2015, around a million people undertook risky sea journeys to cross the Mediterranean to Europe, mostly to Greece from Turkey over the Aegean Sea. Thousands died in the perilous crossing. Responding to international pressure, Turkey tightened its sea borders and cracked down on migrant smuggling rings as part of a 2016 deal with the EU.

The numbers of migrants crossing the Aegean has since dwindled.