The 58 foot fishing vessel Endorphin became disabled off the coast of Montauk, New York. The Endorphin had lost power and gone adrift with 3 crewmen aboard in high seas with waves reaching 15 feet. Another vessel spotted the Endorphin and contacted the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma arrived on scene and took the fishing boat under tow. Both vessels proceeded back towards Montauk Inlet where another Coast Guard rescue boat will take over towing the Endorphin back into port. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
- UPDATE 1: Northeast Coast Guard units respond to disabled fishing vessel off Montauk (uscgnews.com)
- Northeast Coast Guard units respond to disabled fishing vessel off Montauk (uscgnews.com)
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