The 80 foot long fishing vessel Jamie Marie ran aground off Ocean Shores, Washington. Reports state the vessel had run into difficulty while returning to port with a cargo of hake and went ashore on the beach. The Coast Guard dispatched a helicopter to the scene and found the vessel was in no danger. The Jamie Marie was later refloated by two tugs on the following high tide. No reports of injuries, damages or pollution released.
The 42 foot long fishing vessel Tamara ran aground near Ocean Shores, Washington. The Tamara had gone aground in shallow water and the two crew rescued assistance. A motor lifeboat was dispatched to the scene, but the water was too shallow to reach the stranded fishing vessel. A Jayhawk helicopter arrived on scene and hoisted the crew to safety. The two men were taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Reports state pollution was spotted around the vessel. The Tamara had up to 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board at the time of the grounding. A response crew has been contracted to clean up the pollution.
The 52 foot wooden fishing vessel Dare II went ashore at Ocean Shores, Washington. The Dare II had lost power and broke up in the surf. All three crewmen were rescued by the Coast Guard. Reports state there is some pollution released with a light sheen of fuel extending in a debris field. The Dare II had between 50 to 80 gallons of fuel at the time. Authorities have hired a company to remove the debris and the remains of the fishing vessel. No reports of injuries.