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The Coast Guard Rescued Three People Near Dempster Street Beach Yesterday!

Guess we’re coming to the end of weather nice enough to be out on the water, so that’s why people were out on Lake Michigan yesterday. 93 more words

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Coast Guard rescues 5 after boat capsizes in Oregon Inlet

OREGON INLET, N.C (WAVY) – The Coast Guard rescued five people after a boat capsized on the Oregon Inlet Bar.

Coast Guard Station Oregon Inlet was notified at 5 p.m. 120 more words

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One person injured after lifeboat capsizes in Vancouver's English Bay

Two people had to be rescued after a lifeboat from a deep sea cargo vessel capsized on Tuesday afternoon.

The Canadian Coast Guard says the boat capsized on launch. 17 more words

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I capsized!

It was a mistake. There was no reason to open up the throttle that way and at the same time I didn’t expect the wind to be that strong. 1,116 more words

Thoughts

Canoe Capsizes, Killing Man Without Life Jacket

NANJEMOY, Md. (AP) — A canoe capsized, killing a man who police say wasn’t wearing a life jacket.

Maryland Natural Resources Police said in a series of tweets that 50-year-old William Hayes of Indian Head was taken to a hospital after the accident Saturday morning on the Potomac River near Mallows Bay in southern Maryland. 39 more words

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Fortunate soul 

Trusting unknown people ,

Paying them hefty ,

Packing bags and going at night

Into the deep blue sea .

Rough and harsh they are… 142 more words

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#OTD in 1902 – Eight fishermen from the Claddagh fishing village lost their lives while sailing on Galway Bay, near the village of Killcolgan, Co Galway.

Eight fishermen from the Claddagh area lost their lives while sailing on Galway Bay, near Kilcolgan. These men (Patrick Folan, Patrick Burns, Patrick McDonagh, John Barrett, Michael Burke, Michael Dwyer and Stephen Hynes) when journeying home from a wedding across the bay tragically lost their lives when a squall capsized their boat within sight of their destination. 66 more words

Irish History