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Offline LanceLovejoy

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Missing Vessel Search off Georgia Coast
« on: November 20, 2010, 0510 UTC »
At 05:02z CAMSLANT Chesapeke working Coast Guard 1500 on 5696U, reporting that they had a possible sighting of the missing vessel "Animal Control" by the vessel "Baltic Sea" at position 31.51N, 80.37W, 9NM SE of Savannah sea buoy.  Search of the area by CG1500 was to commence.
« Last Edit: November 20, 2010, 0519 UTC by LanceLovejoy »
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Re: Missing Vessel Search off Georgia Coast
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2010, 0514 UTC »
I see from Google that this refers to a couple lost at sea:
hopefully they are in the process of being found!

http://wokv.com/localnews/2010/11/the-search-continues-for-a-los.html

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The Search Continues For a Lost Couple At Sea
By Michelle Rotella @ November 19, 2010 7:09 PM Permalink | Comments (0)
A fisherman and his wife have been reported missing.

The Coast Guard began looking for the couple, Pavel and Diana Motylkov on Friday.

Monday was the last time a fishing boat spotted the thirty-foot vessel named Animal Control, also called Ms. Linda.

Cost Guard officials tried reaching the couple by radio but received no response. They have now sent out a A C-130 from Clearwater, a cutter from Cape Canaveral and a P-3 from Naval Air Station Jacksonville to help with the search.

Friends and family members spoke out to the media saying they are avid fishermen and it is out of character for them to go out to sea for several days.

Cindy Beckert, of the Coast Guard said, "We want people to know what their names are, this way if somebody did see them or somebody has more information that could lead to their safe return home to notify Coast Guard watch standers immediately so that they can be found more quickly and hopefully safely,"

The Coast Guard also commented saying they will continue to search for the couple through-out the night and until they find, or hear from them.

Anyone who has information about the couple or their whereabouts is asked to call the Coast Guard Command Center at 904-564-7511.



at 05:15z CAMSLANT now working Rescue 2002 at position 31.22N,  07.74W, I presume relating to the same operation.
« Last Edit: November 20, 2010, 0522 UTC by LanceLovejoy »
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Re: Missing Vessel Search off Georgia Coast
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2010, 0557 UTC »
At 05;50z Rescue 2002 reporting to Camslant Chesapeke on 5696u that they have completed 50% of the assigned search area. 

Time for bed, sure hope they find what they're looking for!
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Re: Missing Vessel Search off Georgia Coast
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2010, 1734 UTC »
Another Happy Ending.  Kudos to the Coast Guard for another heroic effort, this time fortunately, the missing boaters returned on their own: :)

http://www.fox30jax.com/content/actionlocal/story/Animal-Control-missing-boaters-return-safely/gReC_4r99UqtIzRnAkzEfg.cspx
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