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Everyone from SAR specialists to tribal organizations to uniformed services are helping out.
Weather at the scene was 57-mph winds and 10 foot seas.
No injuries were reported.
The sailing vessel was low on fuel with a damaged rudder
The Coast Guard works with its partners to get the job done.
It’s the Coast Guard’s 31st rescue since June.
Foul weather initially interfered with the rescue
Good Samaritans and good life jacket use likely saved their lives.
They were exhausted but unhurt.
The man was rescued unharmed.
Wind gusts were up to 45 mph.
Who’s a good dog? The SEADOGS, in this case.
Local climbers save the day.
CCFR had a boat to them in less than 15 minutes.
Two skiers were nearby.
Right place, right time, right equipment.
It was in the middle of a snowstorm.
From the statewide elections to a whale statue.
The near future remains uncertain.
No hypothermia reported.