On January 28, the fishing boat Miss Lynn burned and sank off Port Clyde, Maine. The crew on the Miss Lynn alerted authorities that a fire had broken out in the vessel’s engine room. The Coast Guard dispatched a response boat along with the Cutter Willow to the scene. Before authorities arrived, the two crew on board donned survival suits and jumped into the sea to escape the blaze. A nearby fishing vessel Bug Catcha rescued the two crew. No reports of injuries. The Cutter Willow arrived on scene, but was unable to extinguish the blaze on board the Miss Lynn. The Miss Lynn sank a short time later off Cilley Ledge.