Coast Guard says 5 missing after crab boat sinks in Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Five people were missing and two were rescued after a 130-foot crab fishing vessel from Dutch Harbor, Alaska, sank Tuesday night, the U.S. Coast Guard said. Authorities said the vessel's last known position was 170 miles (274 kilometers) southwest of Air Station Kodiak. The Scandies Rose sank at approximately 10 p.m. Tuesday with seven crew members aboard, the Coast Guard said. It received a mayday distress call and immediately commenced a rescue operation.Helicopter and airplane crews from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak were involved in the search. A helicopter crew arrived on scene and hoisted two survivors from a life raft.
ISTANBUL -- A Russian-flagged tanker and a Turkish fishing boat collided in the Black Sea near Istanbul early Friday, sinking the fishing vessel . Istanbul governor's office said in a statement three Turkish citizens are missing while three were rescued by fisherman after the collision .
A freighter flying the flag of Sierra Leone sank after a collision with a Dutch tanker in the Black Sea Monday, leaving five crew members unaccounted for, the Bulgarian Interior Ministry said.
ISTANBUL (AP) — A Russian-flagged tanker and a Turkish fishing boat collided in the Black Sea near Istanbul early Friday, sinking the fishing vessel.
Istanbul governor's office said in a statement three Turkish citizens are missing while three were rescued by fisherman after the collision. Authorities were searching for the missing with divers and boats.
The Russian ship Glard 2 was en route from Rostov-on-Don in Russia to Izmir in western Turkey, according to marine traffic trackers. It is categorized as an oil and chemical tanker.
Heavy fog has prompted the temporary closure of Istanbul's Bosphorus strait, the governor's office said on Twitter.
1 killed, 2 missing after fishing boat hits tanker in bay .
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — A member of a fishing boat crew was killed and two others are missing after their 81-foot craft collided with a 600-foot chemical tanker near the entrance to Galveston Bay just off the Texas coast, the U.S. Coast Guard reported. The fishing boat Pappy's Pride capsized after colliding with the tanker Bow Fortune near the Galveston jetties Tuesday afternoon. Two of the fishing boat's crew members were pulled from the water and turned over to paramedics, but a search continued Wednesday for two other crew members, the Coast Guard said in a statement. The Galveston Beach Patrol says one of the rescued crew members died a short time later.