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United States Coast Guard Rescues 3 People From Sinking Yacht

On November 1st, the United States Coast Guard rescued 3 individuals from a sinking 72-foot wooden motor yacht not too far from New Haven, Connecticut.

The U.S. Coast Guard NYC and Tri-State area Twitter account, @USCG_Tri_State, posted updates on Monday afternoon. “No injuries were reported, but the cause of the flooding is currently unknown.”

As of now, the media outlets have not provided any additional information.

Sadly, even in the modern era, vessels are lost at sea. If you have lost a loved one at sea in a vessel sinking, or you may have survived a vessel sinking, it is imperative that you seek experienced legal counsel as soon as possible.

At Anderson Carey Williams & Neidzwski, PLLC, our maritime injury lawyers have been representing clients injured aboard boats for over forty years. Contact us today to help you fight for the justice you deserve.

Aside from New York and Connecticut, we serve clients in California, Oregon, and Washington. Call 1 (800) 262-8529 today to schedule a free, initial consultation.

Photo courtesy of @USCG_Tri_State

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