OCEAN CITY, Md. — On Saturday, the Coast Guard and Maryland Natural Resource Police rescued four people who were aboard a sinking vessel 14 miles off the coast of Ocean City.
According to a news release from the Coast Guard, a person aboard the 25-foot pleasure craft reported to the Coast Guard that the vessel began to take on water.
Upon receiving the report, the Coast Guard launched a boat crew aboard a 47-foot motor lifeboat.
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The Coast Guard dewatered the sinking craft while an Maryland Natural Resources Police boat crew took the four people to shore, according to the release.
There were no reported injuries.
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