SEATTLE -- A Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat crew rescued two kayakers from the water near the San Juan Islands, Saturday evening July 14, 2018.
The boat crew arrived in their 45-foot Response Boat-Medium, located and recovered the kayakers and then transferred them to a Bellingham Fire and Rescue Boat crew, where an Emergency Medical Technician began the initial treatment for hypothermia.
A Coast Guard helicopter rescue crew recovered an unresponsive individual from the water near the Strait of Juan de Fuca this afternoon, transferred him to local Emergency Medical Service personnel waiting on shore and then to the Olympic Medical Center where he was later pronounced deceased.
A Coast Guard aircrew hoisted an hiker after she suffered head and back injuries from a fall off a cliff on Obstruction Island, Wednesday.
A still from a video shows an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles hoists an injured female hiker and their rescue swimmer from Obstruction Island, Wash., July 4, 2018. Both were hoisted at the same time so that the rescue swimmer could operate a bag-valve mask and to maintain the hiker’s breathing. CLICK for VIDEO U.S. Coast Guard video courtesy of Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles.
A 70-year old woman aboard a 36-foot sailboat was seriously injured when the boat ran aground in Echo Bay near Sucia Island Monday afternoon, July 2, 2018. A successful joint rescue effort involved multiple private boaters, Orcas Island Fire and Rescue, San Juan County Sheriff's Office, Vessel Assistance and the U.S. Coast Guard.
An aviation survival technician, from Air Station Port Angeles, and Petty Officers 3rd Class Jordan Harlacher and Matthew Boyd, both 45-foot Response Boat-Medium boat crewmembers from Station Bellingham tend to an injured woman near Sucia Island, Wash., July 2, 2018. Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Levi Read U.S. Coast Guard District 13
SEATTLE — The Coast Guard reminds Pacific Northwest mariners not to use emergency flares as celebration tools and offers other safety reminders ahead of this 4th of July week.
Crewmembers stationed on the Coast Guard Cutter Munro light off a signal flare during training while transiting to Hawaii, Mar. 5, 2017. All boat crew members are required to know the safe operating procedures for emergency signaling devices. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Pedro Sullivan.
The days leading up to and after the Independence Day holiday are often extremely busy on waterways and beaches and previous years have shown an influx of Coast Guard responses.
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary San Juan Islands Detachment is partnering with Washington State public safety professionals May 19 – 25 for National Safe Boating Week to urge everyone to safely enjoy the natural beauty of our beautiful water.
U.S. Coast Guard Press Release: A British Columbia man is facing 11 charges relating to the importation and trafficking of illegal narcotics as a result of a cross-border investigation conducted by the RCMP, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Coast Guard and Victoria City Police as part of Operation Shiprider.
William Milton Barnes, from Saanich, is alleged to have imported and trafficked cocaine, crystal methamphetamine and heroin from the United States in a scheme that involved transactions by boat on the open water in British Columbia and Washington State.
A Coast Guard aircrew located a father and son diving pair after the divers became separated from their dive boat while diving near the San Juan Islands, Thursday, March 29, 2018.
The father and son divers, ages 46 and 18 respectively and from Forest Grove, Oregon, were located safe on land and were transported back to their dive boat and reunited with family with no reported injuries by a Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat crew aboard a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium.
The Coast Guard reminds boaters that there is still time to participate in a survey related to a study of aids to navigation in U.S. Pacific waters including the Oregon and Washington coasts.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Daniel Schoonover and Petty Officer 3rd Class Kelly Yost, crewmembers stationed at Aids to Navigation Team Puget Sound, in Seattle, replace reflective tape on a buoy while servicing waterway aids, Aug. 16, 2016. The main goal of the ANT is to alleviate transit risks and promote a safe environment for military, commercial, passenger and other vessels while assisting mariners by charting safe courses and warning them of dangers and obstructions on the waterway. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Ali Flockerzi.
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — The Coast Guard seeks information from the public to locate a suspect or suspects who pointed a green laser light at a Coast Guard helicopter crew conducting training at Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, Wednesday evening, March 21, 2018.
MH 65 - Coast Guard file photo
SEATTLE – A Coast Guard aircrew was 300 feet in the air conducting training when they had a near-miss collision with a recreational drone in the vicinity of Fairchild International Airport, Saturday.
The MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Air Station Port Angeles was conducting low-level training near the airport when the crew maneuvered to miss what they thought was a bird.
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — The Coast Guard conducted a medical evacuation of a sick Navy sailor aboard the U.S.S. Kidd, which was transiting the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Sunday afternoon, March 4, 2018.
Lt. Joe Brewan, the supply officer and the helicopter control tower operator aboard the U.S.S. Kidd, watches a Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter, from Air Station Port Angeles land on the bow of the ship, which was transiting the Strait of Juan de Fuca, in order to conduct a medevac of a sick Navy sailor, March 4, 2018. U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Selby Arnold