The 50 foot fishing vessel New York went ashore near Coos Bay, Oregon. The crew contacted the Coast Guard that the vessel had water ingress and required assistance. The Coast Guard launched the 47 foot lifeboat along with a Dolphin helicopter to the scene. The Helicopter attempted to hoist the three men on board the New York, but the heavy surf made the fishing vessel to unstable. The three men on the fishing vessel were able to swim ashore on their own. The Coast Guard transported the men back to North Bend station where EMS were awaiting. No reports of injuries, but there is large amounts of debris and some pollution released. The New York had 300 gallons of diesel fuel and 15 gallons of hydraulic oil on board at the time of the incident. An oil spill response contractor has been hired to assess and perform clean-up operations.