Coast Guard rescues 3 from capsized boat off New Jersey

A boat crew from Coast Guard Station Barnegat Light, N.J., pulls three people out of the water after the boat they were on capsized. The three individuals were aboard the Lady Lisa when it capsized in Little Egg Inlet, N.J. Video shot by Petty Officer 1st Class Michael Bontempo


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9 thoughts on “Coast Guard rescues 3 from capsized boat off New Jersey

  1. good documention to lern from and well done compared to the situation. This is exactly the situation where the Markusnet would have worked its best.

  2. Get your free vessel check by the USCG Auxiliary to make sure you have the necessary safety equipment should this happen to you. Proper life jacket for each on board came in handy.

  3. Ace…The boat began taking on water in the rear and then in the cabin. To my knowledge, it is unknown what caused this water to come in the boat. The owner of vessel called "Mayday" before boat capsized. It literally took boat only 3 minutes to fill with water and turn over. The boat was recovered and is not sitting at bottom of ocean. I agree thank God our Coast Guard and the NJSP, heard the Call out for help! The NJSP (who drove out from A.C.) arrived immediately after the Coast Guard!

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